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Stainless Steel Production Up 25% Globally in 2010 (US)
Mar 9, 2011 International Stainless Steel Forum preliminary figures show that global stainless steel melting activities increased by 24.9% to a new record high of 30.7 million metric tons (mmt). The increase came after 3 years of declining stainless steel production driven by stock cycles and globa...
Laird Technologies thermoelectric recirculating liquid chiller features no CFC refrigerants
Mar 11, 2011 The MRC Series thermoelectric recirculating liquid chiller is a self-contained device that controls the temperature of a coolant in a liquid circuit. Features include a universal input voltage of 115 to 230 VAC, UL certification, RoHS compliance, solid-state construction and no CFC ref...
CAREL presents new Power+ inverter for efficient HVAC units
Wednesday, 09 March 2011 In Climatización 2011 and ISH 2011 CAREL introduces the new Power+ inverter designed specifically for high efficiency heat pumps, chillers and close control units, which also include compressors DC inverter generation (brushless BLDC/BLAC or with permanent magnets). Thes.../images/up/News/2011519202436388.jpg
Submit your entry for eurammon’s Natural Refrigeration Award!
2011-03-07 - hydrocarbons21.com Applications for 2009 Refrigeration Awards now open, 19 Feb 2009This is the fourth edition of the Natural Refrigeration Award, which since 2005 has been presented on a biannual basis to the best scientific dissertation in the field of natural refrigerants. Graduates...
Copper Prices Remain High
Since February, 2011, the domestic and overseas coppers remain a bullish trend. Shanghai copper is volatile between RMB 75,000 (about US$ 11,410) and RMB 76,000 (about US$ 11,600). LME copper vibrated between US$ 9,850 and US$ 10,000. As the dollar strengthens, the copper dips during the London trad.../images/up/News/2011371693743610.jpg
GEF Approves HCFC Phase-out Project
On December 8, 2010, the project by UNIDO and Minprirody of Russia for the phase-out of ozone depleting substances (ODS) in Russia was approved by the Global Environmental Facility (GEF). The exact name of the project is ‘the Phase-out of HCFCs and promotion of HFC-free energy efficient refrigera...
No Universal Refrigerant Suitable for All Applications
Last December, JARN interviewed Ms. Andrea Voigt, director general of the European Partnership for Energy and the Environment (EPEE), after her presentation at the International Symposium on New Refrigerants and Environmental Technology in Kobe, Japan. She discussed upcoming EU legislation and the E.../images/up/News/20113210373768155.jpg
Setback for CO2 in Retail Refrigeration
An explosion in a supermarket CO2 refrigeration system in Zurich (Switzerland) last year and two similar events more recently in the United Kingdom has led to fears that this rapid swing to natural fluids is not being supported by the necessary know-how in technology and installation. The trade asso...
Swep Introduces T-Reg Heat Exchanger
Swep introduces T-Reg, a single phase water-to-water heat exchanger combined with an electrical heater from HT S.p.A., mainly used in the plastic molding industry. The purpose of the T-Reg is to provide accurate and fast temperature control to the plastic molding process: – Heat is provided to gi...
Carrier Transicold Announces Natural Refrigerant Container Technology
Helping the shipping industry find increasingly sustainable solutions for refrigerated transport, Carrier Transicold presented the world’s first natural refrigerant technology for container refrigeration at the Intermodal Europe 2010 expo in November. Carrier’s newest container refrigeration unit de...
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