The US R22 phaseout, along with proposed restrictions on some HFC refrigerants, is leading to a growing demand for natural refrigerant solutions such as the Azanechiller and Azanefreezer.
California (PRWEB) March 17, 2016
As the world’s leading meeting exclusively dedicated to industrial refrigeration, the event is a showcase for the latest developments, innovations and trends happening within the sector. Representatives from both Azane and its parent company, Star Refrigeration, will be at Booth 321, to chat about the innovative new low charge air cooled ammonia technology.
Azane’s factory-built industrial low charge ammonia refrigeration packages, Azanechiller and Azanefreezer deliver efficiency using a future proof, natural refrigerant. The designs use patented technology to minimise running costs over a 25 years operating life, and deliver the lowest possible cost of ownership. All use natural refrigerant ammonia and operate with as little as one-tenth of the charge of traditional refrigeration systems. This takes them off the radar of OSHA’s PSM and the EPA RPM.
Designed for use in a wide range of applications, the low charge technology is ideal for temperature controlled storage, process cooling, HVAC, ice rinks, data centres, food/drink manufacturing, pharmaceutical, petrochemical processes and more. Whatever the system, Azanechiller and Azanefreezer are a family of pre-engineered packages designed to maximise efficiency, and minimise environmental impact. With R-22 phase out progressing, and imminent restrictions on the use of HFC refrigerants, connecting with Azane is a great opportunity to learn more about low charge ammonia technology.
“The US R22 phaseout, along with proposed restrictions on some HFC refrigerants, is leading to a growing demand for natural refrigerant solutions such as the Azanechiller and Azanefreezer. 2016 is going to be a big year for Azane, with high profile installations already in the pipeline for customers across the USA. We anticipate that demand will continue to grow in the coming years and we are delighted to be helping lead the new Low Charge Ammonia industry”, says Caleb Nelson, Azane VP – Business Development.
Azane President and recently appointed group MD, ASHRAE Fellow Dr Andy Pearson will be on hand alongside the Azane team and representatives from Star Refrigeration and the company’s consultancy arm Star Technical Solutions to offer advice on the refrigerant phase out scheme, refrigerant and equipment replacement strategies, safe ammonia system design, and installation.
Azane boasts unrival experience in low charge ammonia system design. During the event the team hopes to answer any questions or queries, and help IIAR 2016 attendees realize the benefits of making the switch to future proof, environmental conscious Azanechiller and Azanefreezer technology.
Azane will be collecting information of key players within the industry including contractors and end users in order to evaluate awareness of low charge ammonia technology, the R22 phase out and the imminent restriction in the use of HFCs.
Attendees visiting the Azane booth can take the survey and enter a prize draw for a chance to win an Apple Watch.
Alternative, the prize draw can be entered by taking the survey online on http://www.azane-inc.com/iiar-2016-survey.aspx
To find out more about Azane, and the latest low charge air cooled ammonia technology set to replace R22, go to http://www.azane-inc.com
Azane is a world-leading manufacturer specializing in low charge ammonia refrigeration solutions. Azane’s range of packaged chillers and freezers operate using low-charge ammonia – a natuarally occurring refrigerant with zero ozone depletion potential and zero global warming potential. Azane are part of the Star Refrigeration Group and manufacture for the US market in Chambersburg, PA.
About Star Refrigeration
Established in 1970, Star Refrigeration lead the way in natural refrigeration and heating technology. The company developed the unique technology used in the Azanechiller and Azanefreezer to meet the environmental and legislative challenges that the cooling industry was facing in Europe as the continent started the phaseout of ozone depleting refrigerant R22. The technology has been installed for over 20 years at some of the world’s leading organizations. Working closely with its customers, the company strives to offer a comprehensive range of cost effective, eco-friendly and socially responsible heating and cooling solutions to suit a variety of different business needs.