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Challenges of the F-gas regulation
Ammonia proves its advantages in various industrial use
Chillventa 2018: Pictures
Chillventa 2018: Lecture Event Presentations
eurammon Symposium 2018: Photo Gallery
Planning for the future: long-term investment security as a driver for natural refrigerant
Many reasons for small quantities of refrigerant
Natural refrigerants are a popular topic: growing demand for initial and further training courses
"The competitive disadvantage of natural refrigerants is diminishing"
Expert interview: Energy efficiency in defrosting systems
eurammon Symposium 2017: Presentations
Call for Papers: Natural Refrigeration Award 2017
Natural and sustainable cooling with R723
"Natural refrigerants: first choice for air-conditioning"
Count-down for the phase-out
Energy efficient and future-oriented: Heat pumps with natural refrigerants
Unabated potential: The ammonia working group on a refrigerant for the future.
F-Gas phase-out: Europe as role model for the USA
Challenges of the new F-Gas Regulation
Switzerland: Top-class when it comes to natural refrigerants
Natural refrigerants increasingly significant worldwide
Large heat pumps, huge potential
Energy-efficient natural refrigerants – it’s time to re-evaluate our approach!
From the Middle East to North America: Lecture event shows the potential of natural refrigerants in various markets
Cool naturally – but safely!
"Natural refrigerants make economic sense."
Fresh for the future – Natural refrigerants in the food industry
Tried and tested and increasingly in demand: Propane is gaining ground
Globally active – eurammon and its partner organisations
The Australian Experiment In Fluorocarbon Refrigerant Management and Reduction
The Rise of Natural Refrigerants and its Costs
There´s a Future for Natural Refrigerants
Natural refrigerants: great potential in small capacity ranges
3 Questions to Thomas Spänich, member of the eurammon Executive Board
Eco-friendly brewing processes use natural refrigerants to produce cold beer for hot days
Medal-worthy natural refrigerants
Heat pumps with natural refrigerants – energy-efficient technology
From producer to consumer - Natural refrigerants in the cold chain
Climate change and its significance for refrigeration technology
Supermarkets advocate sustainable refrigeration
Air-conditioning with natural refrigerants
Cooling supermarkets the eco-friendly way
Environment-friendly heat supply with heat pumps using natural refrigerants
German food industry gets cool with natural refrigerants
Natural refrigerants: current developments and trends