Azane Incorporated Sponsors Natural Refrigerant Conference ATMOsphere America

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Azane Incorporated is returning as a sponsor for the 2015 ATMOsphere America conference in Atlanta, Georgia, following a highly educational experience at last year’s event.

Azane Inc is a Bronze sponsor of ATMOsphere America

Azane Inc sponsors ATMOsphere America 2015

Whether the requirement is to reduce ammonia charge in existing facilities, to find a solution for the R22 phaseout, or to avoid potential limitations on the use of HFCs, low charge ammonia is the natural choice.

Azane Incorporated is returning as a sponsor for the 2015 ATMOsphere America conference in Atlanta, Georgia, following a highly educational experience at last year’s event.

Specialists in low charge ammonia refrigeration, Azane is a California-based manufacturer and business subsidiary of European cooling and heating group, Star Refrigeration. The company manufactures the groundbreaking Azanechiller and Azanefreezer in Chambersburg, PA and distributes nationwide.

In 2014, Hamilton chaired a session on industrial refrigeration, the R22 phase out and regulations and legislation affecting the HVACR industry and led a presentation on Azane’s low charge ammonia solutions.

The air cooled, packaged ammonia refrigeration Azane range offers many benefits from low maintenance to reducing energy consumption, along with the environmental rewards that come with using ammonia as a natural refrigerant and overcoming any future restrictions on HFC usage.

Low charge ammonia is in the spotlight once again this year with a panel on Friday moderated by Pega Hrnjak of the University of Illinois and featuring presentations from leaders within the industry such as Evapco and Lineage Logistics.

Derek Hamilton, Azane Inc’s US Business Development Manager, said: “This is a very exciting time in the world of refrigerants. More and more companies are looking for ways to respond to the increased legislative pressures to reduce their carbon footprint and future-proof their business. Whether the requirement is to reduce ammonia charge in existing facilities, to find a solution for the R22 phase out, or to avoid potential limitations on the use of HFCs, low charge ammonia is the natural choice.”

This year’s event is set to be better than ever with over 300 leading HVACR experts in attendance, 80+ presentations and over 30 end users from various leading companies such as McDonalds, The Coca-Cola Company, Publix and many more.

There will also be a networking reception held at the Georgia Aquarium on 25th June sponsored by Hillphoenix to give attendees the chance to meet key industry figures.

To register or find more about the event visit http://www.atmo.org.

For more information on Azane visit http://www.azane-inc.com.

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