Emerson will be sponsoring the ATMOsphere Asia event on 20 February 2017 in Tokyo, Japan
Emerson is a world-leading provider of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration solutions for residential, industrial and commercial applications. The company provides tailor-made climate control solutions through its Copeland Scroll™, Alco Controls™, Dixell™ and Vilter™ industry-leading brands.
Emerson Copeland compressors for CO2 applications
Emerson Commercial & Residential Solution offer products portfolio are complete solutions for R744 refrigeration applications which guarantee high operational performance, safety and increased system uptime for CO2 booster and cascade systems.
Emerson launched its Copeland Scroll™ technology in 1987, becoming a benchmark of energy efficiency for the HVAC&R industry. Today, Emerson manufactures Copeland Scroll compressors in eight facilities on three continents. Over 100 million units have been installed globally. Its wide range of compressors includes the Copeland Scroll ZO and Copeland Scroll Digital ZOD 2–6 HP models.
Under the Vilter brand, the company also provides solutions for industrial refrigeration, industrial heating and gas compression for ammonia applications such as its Vilter single screw compressor VSS-1301. The model, which has a unique Parallex™ slide system, allows for significant improvements in terms of energy efficiency and reliability.
About ATMOsphere Asia 2017 20 February, 2017
Shin-Maru Conference Square – Tokyo, Japan
ATMOsphere Japan 2017 will be a unique opportunity to discuss global and Japanese market trends with government representatives, end users, domestic and foreign manufacturers and other experts, offering unparalleled networking opportunities with top industry professionals.
The improved program offers the participants end user and supplier panels, policy, market trends and technology case study sessions inviting them to explore the latest developments and case studies from commercial and industrial refrigeration, and heat pumps as well as training and standards for natural refrigerants.
For more information about the event, please visit www.atmo.org