With the DHNI series, Roller offers a newly developed dual-discharge ceiling air cooler for industrial applications, which also meets the requirements of refrigeration and deep-freeze logistics.

The Chemours Company has made major inroads into the development and manufacture of Opteon 2P50, a new heat-transfer fluid for two-phase immersion cooling (2-PIC).

The global data centre cooling market is projected to witness substantial growth at a CAGR of 6.36 per cent from 2022 to 2028, according to a new report from

Ideal for a range of industry applications, Pfannenberg’s Filterfans have become established as a trusted solution to circulate and cool air in cabinets through forced convective cooling.

ARS/Rescue Rooter, has released a list of the 25 most energy-efficient cities and regions in America based on HVAC systems.

Frascold has introduced a new design for its reciprocating compressors D and Q.

Indoor monitoring company, Airthings, has launched the latest addition to its Airthings for Business Solution: Space Utilization.

A-Gas South Africa has completed a job to recover R22 removed from two decommissioned systems on the island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean – a country with no end of life refrigerant solution.

Kelvion has been developing V-Profile technology since the 1990s to meet a growing market need for a lower carbon footprint, quieter operation, and improved capacity density.

BITZER has added models with IP55 and IP66 enclosure classes to its range of VARIPACK frequency inverters.

CAREL has partnered with MB Frigo to equip a small refrigeration system in a new convenience store in Zagreb, Croatia.

Macquarie Data Centres has just completed major upgrades to its data centre campuses in Sydney and Canberra.

Bluefors, a Finnish manufacturer of cryogenic measurement systems, has announced its acquisition of Rockgate, a distributor of cryogenic equipment, based in Tokyo, Japan.

Johnson Controls has released the YORK YVAM air-cooled magnetic bearing centrifugal chiller which uses R-1234ze for hyperscale and colocation data centre cooling.

Chemical engineers at Monash University have developed an industrial process to produce acetic acid that has the potential to create negative carbon emissions.

The World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) has warned that the next five years could be the hottest on record.