Will focus on solutions for supermarket refrigeration and the food industry
“Natural refrigerants – growing strong, acting smart, moving forward” is the focus of the 3rd information event being organised by eurammon, on the financial and ecological benefits of natural refrigerants, Announcing this, eurammon, the European initiative for natural refrigerants, said that the event will take place on June 22 in Paradies, Schaffhausen (near Zurich). During the symposium which is being held in English, eurammon will be informing end-users, planners, system engineers and other interested parties about successful application examples for natural refrigerants. This year’s event will focus in particular on solutions for supermarket refrigeration and the food industry, it added.
According to eurammon, the event also includes presentations on the use of natural refrigerants outside Europe, illustrated by developments and trends in the Middle East region, especially in the GCC countries. A get-together organised on the eve of the event, on June 21, will provide an opportunity to get to know the participants and share professional experience, it revealed. The event folder, including the registration form, is available with immediate effect for downloading at www.eurammon.com. Those interested can also write to firstname.lastname@example.org if they have further queries. The attendance fee is €250.
Mark Bulmer, member of the eurammon Board, speaking about the event said: “The interest in natural refrigerants has grown constantly in recent years – driven not least by global warming and increasing demands made in terms of environmental protection, as well as cutting costs and saving energy. The end-users day offers an opportunity to obtain information in this context. Among others, it shows how companies go about specifically integrating refrigeration technology in their environmental policy, planning and implementing applications with natural refrigerants. We want to create an opportunity for top-level exchange between end-users, planners, system engineers and other interested parties. Pointing out the energy efficiency and environmental compatibility of applications with natural refrigerants shows that investment along these lines is worthwhile.”
Date: June 22
B Surendar, Climate Control Middle East magazine:
Carlos de Ceballos, Apina Refrigeration and New Energy Resources:
John Skelton, Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd:
Hans Balatka, Migros-Genossenschafts-Bund:
Dr Josef Riha, Thermofin GmbH:
Albrecht Höpfer, Bitzer Kühlmaschinenbau GmbH
Janos Winter, QPlan Cooling Technical Design and Services Co Ltd
Karl Huber, HKT – Huber-Kälte-Technik GmbH:
Raymond Burri, Felix Burger, Norbert Heinemann, Walter Wettstein AG Kältetechnik: