The Chemours Company will be expanding its Opteon YF (HFO-1234yf) capacity by 40 per cent at its manufacturing facility in Ingleside, near Corpus Christi, Texas.

Gold Coast based SuperCool Group is celebrating a milestone anniversary, marking 40 years in the HVACR industry.

Climalife has released Cool-Gauge; an intelligent approach to monitoring the Heat Transfer Fluids (HTF’s) in cooling systems.

Honeywell and Navin Fluorine hosted a celebration this week to commemorate the opening of its plant in India which has begun manufacturing HFO technology.

The federal government has launched new incentives for both apprentices and their employers including $5,000 in training support payments for welders and welding related fields.

For over 100 years, air conditioning technology remained relatively unchanged until Ron Conry, a refrigeration technician by trade, invented the Turbocor compressor.

Hundreds of refrigeration and air conditioning technicians from the Coles Group are currently undergoing hands-on transcritical CO2 training.

The world’s biggest methane leak has been discovered coming from a coalmine in Russia, which has been pouring out the carbon dioxide equivalent of five coal-fired power stations.

HVACR technicians from across Australia have achieved accredited CO2 training via the newly opened, Sydney Beijer Ref Academy.

The Australian Refrigeration Council (ARC) has developed a set of free A2/A2L refrigerant training resources and assessment materials for Registered Training Organisations (RTOs).

More than 100 participants attended the two day Danfoss Pacific Conference in Melbourne last month.

Emerson has introduced new standard and digital scroll compressors for low temperature refrigeration applications.

Refrigeration technology provider, Embraco, is launching a compressor portfolio for the Japanese market, both in mono phase and three phase options.

When Rapid Locking System (RLS) introduced the first press-to-connect fittings for HVACR back in 2015, some contractors were skeptical.

Maersk will begin construction of a new 45,000 sqm cold chain facility in the Waikato District, the fourth largest region in New Zealand.

Japanese chemical manufacturer, AGC, has developed the world’s first fluorinated refrigerant for air conditioners with a GWP below 10.