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13 - 15 October 2020 // Nuremberg, Germany

Chillventa Newsroom

News of the industry

  • Rechenzentren: Cooling with warm water

    As the power demand for high-performance computing (HPC) increases, the chilled solution to avoid overheating thousands of servers turns out to be their own wastewater. The Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) in Munich, Germany, is no ordinary supercomputer. Rick Koopman, EMEA Technical Leader for High-Performance Computing at Lenovo and others understand that future advances in supercomputing must be made sustainably, and their power demands met considerately: "The main focus for LRZ is ‘green’. By having this emphasis on sustainability and reducing the carbon footprint for their large general-purpose supercomputer, they now have a very efficient system,” he explains.

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  • UL GmbH: Webinar

    Thursday, May 28, 2020 | 10:00 – 11:00 am (CEST): The introduction of HVAC/R solutions with lower Global Warming Potential (Low GWP) refrigerants is an emerging need globally. In order to comply with the Kigali Amendment HFC Phase Down Schedule and the legislation in several countries, flammable refrigerants are the best fitting or the only available option for several kinds of applications. But for system development, new and complex challenges in product design and certification need to be addressed properly.

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  • Purdue University: Compressor Conference 2020

    IMPORTANT UPDATE INVOLVING COVID-19: Due to the ongoing issues surrounding COVID-19, the Organizing Committee of the 2020 Purdue conferences has made the decision to postpone the 2020 Conferences until May 23-27, 2021. Further information for Authors and Attendees on dates can be found on the Key Dates Page. Questions can be directed to our Conference Coordinator, Brian Barrett at barret71@purdue.edu.

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  • Secop: New BD Micro Generation

    Secop introduces improved versions of BD Micro compressors for 12 V DC and 12/24 V DC applications. The compressors will also be released for R1234yf and have a further optimized noise level.

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  • Cooling Post: German decision boosts Chillventa prospects

    Prospects for this year’s Chillventa show improved this week when the German government decreed that exhibitions will no longer be regarded as mass events under coronavirus restrictions. The individual German federal states will decide in future, as to when exhibitions can be realised, if guidelines for hygiene and personal distance are fulfilled. Jörn Holtmeier, managing director of AUMA, Germany’s trade fair association described the news as an “important step” towards “rebooting” the trade fair industry.

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