Mayekawa (MYCOM) - New Gold Partner joins

By Sabine Lobnig, Nov 05, 2009, 14:55 2 minute reading

The leading Japanese compressor manufacturer focusing on freezing and compression technologies for industrial applications is joining to demonstrate its clear commitment to hydrocarbons, and present its cutting-edge solutions.

The first product Mayekawa will be showcasing soon on this platform will be a hydrocarbon refrigerant packaged unit that can be applied for commercial and industrial air conditioning, as well as for hot water supply. That the technology is successfully and reliably working was already demonstrated at the Toyako G8 Summit last year where the refrigeration and air-conditioning system was used as the auxiliary air conditioning system in the International Media Center. Tested also in different case studies, the system could prove its environmental advantages by reducing the CO2 emissions by 14%.

Using hydrocarbons in the temperature range between around -15°C and +60°C, Mayekawa’s hydrocarbon systems can be applied in general for hot water supply, air-conditioning and cooling.

Mayekawa’s commitment to the “Natural Five”

Actively addressing energy shortage and the global warming challenge, Mayekawa has shifted its focus towards the “natural five” refrigerants hydrocarbons, carbon dioxide, ammonia, water, and air. Mayekawa develops and manufactures a wide range of refrigeration systems that can be applied for heating, drying, hot water supplying, air conditioning, cooling, chilling and freezing covering a multitude of temperatures from -100°C to +200°C completely by “chemical refrigerant free” technology.


“ is not only leading a new essential market in the 21st century but also helpful for people who care about the future of our earth,” said Kuniaki Kawamura, Executive Director, Mayekawa Mfg.Co.,Ltd.

About Mayekawa (MYCOM)

Mayekawa (MYCOM) is the compressor brand of the leading Japanese compressor and refrigeration systems manufacturer Mayekawa Mfg. Co., Ltd. The company was founded in 1924 and since then has increased its market share to 70% from the Japanese industrial refrigeration market, and 30% from the world’s industrial refrigeration market. Now more than 25,000 MYCOM compressors are running in over 100 countries.


By Sabine Lobnig

Nov 05, 2009, 14:55

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