Aquatics centers can cut their energy costs by replacing disparate heating and cooling systems with a water-to-water heat pump using a natural refrigerant
Rebound’s IcePoint system provides bursts of cooling that boost throughput and save energy in blast freezing.
Its compressor-free thermoelectric cooler, which employs CO2 and water, is being used by a range of end users, including Unilever, Pepsi Bottling and ThermoFisher Scientific.
Rising gas costs are driving hotels and wineries to re-evaluate their space heating and hot water systems, opening up opportunities for natural refrigerant air-to-water heat pumps.
MHI sold 160 CO2 units this year compared to 80 all of last year, the company revealed at FOOMA Japan 2019.
CO2 systems will be used in the speed skating, figure skating, short track and ice hockey training venues.