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16 - 18 October 2018 // Nuremberg, Germany

Chillventa Newsroom

News of the industry

  • Focus on heat pumps

    Experts from the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE) will give presentations throughout the Chillventa exhibition on current research topics as part of the forum on heat pumps, and will be available for direct discussion afterwards at the special display area “Heat pumps, one key technology for the successful energy transition”. This is something that heat pump experts should not miss.

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  • KIT: Environmentally Compatible Cooling and Heating

    Geoscientists Study Possibilities of Heat and Cold Storage in Aquifers. Supply of cold in the summer and heat in the winter: A hotel and two office buildings in Bonn use an underground aquifer for this purpose. Researchers of the GeoSpeicher.bw project coordinated by Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) are studying alternatives with a reduced energy consumption. These include storage and later retrieval of heat and cold in underground water-bearing layers, so-called aquifers.

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  • Chillventa: Refrigerants – a particularly valuable asset!

    The quotas set down in the F-Gas Regulation have driven up the prices for many refrigerants, and some are now simply no longer available on the market. In most cases, refrigeration equipment has a very long service life and requires regular servicing. The refrigerant contained in the equipment system is a particularly valuable asset.

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  • Danfoss US: Filter-Drier

    Eliminator filter/driers from Danfoss feature a core designed to be strong enough for a person to stand on. They are designed to ensure fast and effective adsorption of moisture as well as organic and inorganic acids. They are also designed to deliver improved flow capacity and low pressure drop. Source ASHRAE

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  • JARN: Heat Pump Market China (ATW)

    China launched Coal to Electricity policy to reduce air pollution problems, especially in Northern China. This policy has actively promoted the development of the ATW heat pump market. JARN estimates that demand in the Chinese market reached 1.83 million units in 2017, an increase of 41.0% from 2016.

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