Part one of the guide was released on August 14 this year and focused on some of the key characteristics of ammonia as a refrigerant, outlining the ongoing efforts to define the term “low-charge ammonia.”
This second part of the “Guide to Low-Charge Ammonia” is divided into two chapters. The first provides an overview of a variety of applications where low-charge ammonia technology is already in use today with real-life HVAC&R case studies from around the world.
The second chapter highlights some of the key global regulations and standards governing the use of ammonia as a refrigerant. “Policy is traditionally among the most important drivers when it comes to shifting to new technologies and it is no different for low-charge ammonia systems,” explained Klara Zolcer Skačanová, Market Development manager for
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The third and final part of the report will zoom in on the key trends for low-charge ammonia technology, looking at its advantages, drivers and major challenges in today’s market. It will compare developments in different world regions, with a focus on North America, Europe, Japan, and Australia. It is due for publication by the end of 2019.
Read part one of the guide