Controller makes CO2 refrigeration accessible for smaller supermarkets and discount stores, providing small stores with a big-store solution.
How emerging mildly flammable refrigerants are dictating the need for improved leak detection strategies.
Bohn de Mexico adopts non-ozone depleting, low global warming potential refrigerants for its BOHN Ecoflex commercial refrigeration equipment.
The international initiative raises awareness and promotes the development and adoption of innovative and sustainable cooling solutions.
Utilizing this lower-global-warming-potential refrigerant in more than 100 of its stores is part of the supermarket chain's sustainability efforts.
MPS R-290 propane sensor detects leaks in applications that include air conditioning, vending machines, commercial refrigeration racks, and clothes dryers.
The U.S. EPA announced notable projects by organizations and facilities making environmentally-friendly strides in green power, green refrigeration, and products with safer chemicals.
Danfoss will introduce the complete integrated evaporator control panel, semi-welded plate heat exchanger, and digital gas detector at the 2020 IIAR Natural Refrigeration Expo.
The updated standard enables operators and designers to use the latest and most effective equipment and techniques to achieve energy efficiency in data centers, while avoiding potential reliability issues.
The aim of this joint effort was to clarify for the industry the meaning of five common and important refrigeration keywords.
The grocery store chain will employ energy storage in three northern California locations to reduce energy consumption and benefit from financial incentives through the state’s Demand Response Auction Mechanism (DRAM) program.
Technology that monitors building systems in food retail facilities can help to reduce inefficiencies and operating costs.
Following a pilot test, the Los Altos supermarket is the site of the first completed installation of the Axiom Energy thermal energy storage Refrigeration Battery.
Beginning October 2016, facilities using ammonia systems can expect more frequent EPA inspections due to the Agency's new National Enforcement Initiatives.