Danfoss Deploys CO₂-Refrigeration Mobile Training Unit to Western U.S.

Danfoss Deploys CO₂-Refrigeration Mobile Training Unit to Western U.S.

Danfoss will deploy a mobile training unit packed with CO₂-refrigeration solutions and interactive learning modules to the Pacific and Mountain regions this summer.

Danfoss will deploy a mobile training unit packed with CO2-refrigeration solutions and interactive learning modules to the Pacific and Mountain regions of the United States this summer.

CO2 refrigeration is rapidly advancing as traditional hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) are being phased out globally and retailers are looking for ways to reduce their carbon footprint.

Danfoss’ CO2 Mobile Training Unit will be on display at the ATMOsphere America Conference in San Diego June 5-7, at the Source Refrigeration & HVAC Training Center in Anaheim, Calif., June 14-29, and at DC Engineering in Meridian, Idaho, July 10-20. Danfoss will hold open-house sessions and offer hands-on training on CO2’s properties and opportunities and challenges surrounding the use of CO2.

“Part of our mission with the CO2 Mobile Training Unit is to provide system builders, as well as contractors, service technicians, installers, and technical departments, with the necessary knowledge about CO2 that will enable them to take advantage of the full potential of this natural refrigerant,” Jeff Staub, Danfoss’ director of regional applications – Americas, said.

The CO2 solutions presented in the mobile training unit will range from simple gas-bypass systems to more complex parallel-compression solutions with or without heat reclaim. Moreover, the training unit will introduce AHR Expo Innovation Award-winning ejector technology, which has been recognized as key in the evolution of transcritical CO2 refrigeration.

To attend an open house or training session, write to [email protected].

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