Refrigeration

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

Temperzone will once again sponsor the Tradie of the Year Award, another category that has been included in the revised 2022 Awards of Excellence.

The Australian Refrigeration Council (ARC) is recruiting field officers to help the refrigeration and air conditioning industry to protect the planet from global warming and ozone depletion.

German manufacturer, Roller, has opened a second assembly hall in 12 months to keep pace with growing demand for its air coolers.

To increase the number of women working in HVACR, a new initiative has been launched called the International Network for Women in Cooling (INWIC).

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced a settlement with JTR Heating and Air Conditioning.

The Danfoss Heat Recovery Unit delivers strong environmental benefits as well as significant reductions on heating bills—all delivered with a short ROI.

Once again tradies were the biggest winners in this week’s federal budget with the government investing $2.8 billion to support Australian apprenticeships.

A refrigeration mechanic has been fined $33,000 for unsafe work practices at a food outlet shop.

Ten fourth year apprentices have participated in the first round of the Kirby Apprentice Fund’s naturals training scholarship program.

For the first time ever, NextGen 2022 has received a record number of nominations from Western Australia

The LU-VE Group has installed a new production line at its plant in Limana, Italy specifically for products that use CO2 and propane.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Corporation (MHI-AC&R) has developed a large-capacity brine refrigeration system using nitrogen (N2) as the refrigerant.

Danfoss president & CEO, Kim Fausing, reported record sales for the full year 2021 of $11.4 billion.

Employment outcomes improved the most for those who trained in electrotechnology which includes refrigeration and air conditioning.

German clean cooling pioneer, Efficient Energy, has announced the world’s first climate neutral chiller.