Pega Hrnjak: Natural Refrigerants in different applications

published Feb 21, 2014 - 18 pages

Insisting on the dynamism of the commercial refrigeration market in Japan, Pega Hrjak, from the University of Illinois, said that the use of CO2 as a natural refrigerant is the most active research and development area in the field. Whilst heat pump water heaters were the first most successful application of CO2 transcritical technology, today this know-how is expanding into supermarkets and convenience stores.

Insisting on the dynamism of the commercial refrigeration market in Japan, Pega Hrjak, from the University of Illinois, said that the use of CO2 as a natural refrigerant is the most active research and development area in the field. Whilst heat pump water heaters were the first most successful application of CO2 transcritical technology, today this know-how is expanding into supermarkets and convenience stores.


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