The NatRefs Show: Episode 30

Episode 30 covers the use of CO2-based refrigeration systems in shipping container and cold storage applications, Coca-Cola's move to go HFC-free, and CCAC's efforts to combat HFCs in AC.

Brought to you by shecco Media, the NatRefs Show provides a round-up of the most important natural refrigerants news from the websites, and

This week’s podcast begins with a look at shipping container-leasing company Seaco Global Limited’s investment in 100 CO2-based Carrier Transicold NaturaLINE container refrigeration units.

In the U.S., we examine Henningsen Cold Storage’s plans to open its first facility using a transcritical CO2 system – which will be supplied by Carnot Refrigeration and installed by PermaCold Engineering. We also take a look at Coca-Cola’s commitment to move to HFC-free coolers worldwide.

From Canada, we discuss a side event to the 29th Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol, organized by the Climate and Clean Air Coalition (CCAC), to address combating the use of high-GWP HFCs in air-conditioning.

In Japan, we examine Food Techno Engineering’s new CO2 research lab – intended to demonstrate and test cutting-edge transcritical CO2 refrigeration systems.

We’d love to hear your feedback as we improve the show over the coming months. Contact us at Happy listening!

By Elise Herron

Dec 04, 2017, 23:20

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