hydrocarbons21.com RSS feed news, products, community - hydrocarbons21.com is the industry platform for hydrocarboncooling and heating experts worldwide. http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/rss article company event paper hydrocarbons21.com RSS feed http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/rss http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/themes/hydrocarbons21/img/logo.png 140 70 (c) 2016 hydrocarbons21.com RSS2Writer Wed, 04 May 2016 17:26:23 +0200 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/rss en-gb Wed, 04 May 2016 17:26:23 +0200 Training on natural refrigerants is key, say European regulators http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6974 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6974 2016-05-04 11:01:35 article During the ATMOsphere Europe 2016 conference in Barcelona, Spain, policy experts outlined the latest regulatory developments in Europe and beyond. Training of technicians was highlighted as a key activity to support the uptake of natural refrigerants in Europe. Case studies highlighting hydrocarbon-based projects at ATMOsphere Austraila this May http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6973 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6973 2016-05-04 10:21:33 article With more than 30 presentations at this year's debut ATMOsphere Australia, &nbsp;three companies will show their latest findings on their hydrocarbon-based projects. Secop upgrading compressors for SolarChill vaccine coolers http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6969 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6969 2016-05-03 10:25:35 article Secop, setting standards in advanced hydrocarbon compressor technology for more than 25 years, is now designing an upgrade to the solar compressor developed under the SolarChill Project, seeking to deliver &ldquo;even higher efficiency levels and improved energy consumption by a minimum of 10-15%,&rdquo; said J. S. Christensen, Application Manager for DC-Powered Cooling at Secop. Supermarkets showcase natural refrigerant solutions at ATMO Europe http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6968 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6968 2016-05-03 10:17:27 article Supermarket giants Carrefour, METRO AG and Delhaize are demonstrating that CO<sub>2</sub> transcritical refrigeration technology can help retailers to save energy costs and meet their corporate sustainability goals, heard participants in the 7th annual ATMOsphere Europe conference in Barcelona last month. SODEX 2016 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/events/view/1043 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/events/view/1043 2016-04-29 00:00:00 event International HVAC, Refrigeration, Pumps, Valves, Fittings, Water Treatment and Insulation exhibition.<br /> <br /> Venue/ Date: &#304;stanbul Expo Center (Cnr Expo) / May 4-7, 2016<br /> <br /> Halls : 1 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 / 7 / 8 / 9 / 10<br /> <br /> One of the most important events of the sector, ISK-SODEX is an important event for sector professionals who would like to keep up with the latest developments and trends.<br /> <br /> ISK-SODEX not only offers to gather different point of views from both its national and international exhibitos but also present lots of advantages to its exhibitors and visitors with the supporting programmes and co-operations with the most important sectoral associations. The importance of the exhibition is approved which offers meeting, having and developing business networks.<br type="_moz" /> Read our coverage of ATMO Europe http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6960 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6960 2016-04-25 13:52:11 article Our team was in Barcelona last week for ATMOsphere Europe 2016, bringing you the latest news on natural refrigerants. Read on to hear about market trends, policy developments and exciting new technology applications in Europe. Towards new alternative to vapour-compression cooling http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6958 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6958 2016-04-24 15:28:45 article The Ames Laboratory at Iowa State will be leading a major effort to develop a commercial application for caloric cooling, said to be more efficient and quieter than conventional cooling. California mulls HFC bans in refrigeration, air conditioning from 2020-21 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6949 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6949 2016-04-14 12:03:13 article The California Air Resources Board has taken another step towards curbing emissions of high-GWP HFCs with the publication of a Proposed Strategy to reduce short-lived climate pollutants this week. The strategy foresees introducing a raft of measures, including bans on HFCs in stationary refrigeration and air conditioning with GWPs above 150 and 750, respectively. An anticipated budget of $20 million will incentivise the industry to shift to natural refrigerants. Manufacturers see openings for natural refrigerants in China http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6948 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6948 2016-04-14 11:00:32 article Food processing, cold storage and residential air conditioning are among the applications with the greatest potential to grow the market for natural refrigerants in China, according to manufacturers exhibiting their technology at China Refrigeration in Beijing last week. HCFC phase-out creating opportunities for natural refrigerants in China http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6945 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6945 2016-04-12 14:21:47 article The phase-out of HCFCs and a 2015 revision the Environmental Protection Law are creating new opportunities for natural refrigerants in room air-conditioning, heat pump, commercial and industrial refrigeration applications in China, heard participants in the Ozone2Climate conference at China Refrigeration in Beijing on Friday (8 April). Progress slow as countries negotiate global HFC phase-down http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6947 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6947 2016-04-12 12:06:09 article Last week saw the first of a series of meetings in 2016 that seek to negotiate the way forward in curbing the production and consumption of climate-damaging HFCs on a global scale. While some progress was made &ndash; particularly with regard to exemptions and certain financial issues &ndash; most of the challenges are still to be discussed in the coming months. Read our coverage of China Refrigeration http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6946 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6946 2016-04-12 11:30:58 article Our team was on the ground on 7-9 April in Beijing at the 2016 China Refrigeration: the undisputed leading HVAC&amp;R exhibition in China and the place to catch the latest trends in the sector. Click here to read our stories. IIR Conference: New Zealand set for greener pastures http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6943 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6943 2016-04-11 02:16:13 article The fourth IIR Conference in Auckland highlighted a maturing HVAC&amp;R sector in New Zealand, one that is looking to natural refrigerants in greater numbers. ARA spotlights natural refrigerants in Sydney http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6942 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6942 2016-04-11 01:47:25 article Australia is on the verge of an HVAC&amp;R revolution to natural refrigerant technology but it will take collaboration from the whole industry to make it happen. BITZER inaugurates international training centre: the SCHAUFLER Academy http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6941 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6941 2016-04-06 13:00:28 article BITZER&rsquo;s new training centre, the SCHAUFLER Academy, had its official inauguration on 3 February. The Academy will work to develop enthusiasm about technology with students through relationships with different institutions, explained Volker Stamer in a recent interview with Accelerate Europe. The Academy will also be presented during a dedicated Training &amp; Education session at ATMOsphere Europe 2016. French government bolsters support for climate friendly technologies http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6940 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6940 2016-04-06 12:32:57 article At the end of March the French government launched a second call for projects to support the commercialisation of technology using low GWP technologies, including natural refrigerants. EPA brings more SNAP changes to the table http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6938 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6938 2016-04-01 10:21:47 article Under the Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP) programme, the EPA proposes to list propane as acceptable refrigerant in commercial refrigeration applications, such as in new ice machines, water coolers and very low temperature refrigeration equipment. Emerson sees CO2, propane market growing in Europe http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6936 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6936 2016-03-31 15:52:23 article CO<sub>2</sub> and propane (R290) will have a key role to play in the context of the HFC phase-down taking place in Europe under the EU&rsquo;s F-Gas Regulation &ndash; and with this in mind, Emerson is putting together a diverse, &ldquo;future-proof&rdquo; portfolio to respond to evolving customer demand, Abhinav Barnwal, Product Manager Refrigeration and Marketing at Emerson Climate Technologies, told R744.com at the company&rsquo;s MCE booth. Showcasing natural refrigerants: ATMOsphere Europe selects final case studies http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6937 http://www.hydrocarbons21.com/news/view/6937 2016-03-31 14:14:55 article After the success of ATMOsphere Asia in Tokyo in February, the next event in our annual ATMOsphere series is ATMOsphere Europe 2016. This year, the conference is leaving its usual home of Brussels and heading to Barcelona. With just three weeks to go, the programme is being updated daily. The final selection of case studies covers a wide variety of applications.