Symposium 2020


It is one of the key dates for the refrigeration and air-conditioning industry: The annual eurammon Symposium. This year, operators, planners, system engineers and an interested audience came together virtually to discuss heat pumps using natural refrigerants and the associated possibilities for waste heat recovery.

International experts have shown how the use of heat pumps with natural refrigerants contributes to meeting the increased ecological requirements, giving insights into current legislation and technical regulations, as well as discussing new solutions for heat pumps using natural refrigerants.

The initiative eurammon sees its mission in providing a platform for information and knowledge sharing – we therefore provide all the presentations held at the Symposium 2020 as listed below.

Please note that the list of presentations is not complete yet, since the Symposium will be concluded on 8 July 2020.

Programme

eurammon Symposium/web-seminar 2020

Presentations

Peter Radgen , University Stuttgart

Heat Pumps Chances and Challenges to Decarbonization

Guntram Preuß, VDMA Air handling Technology

Current Trends in Refrigeration Technology / Study Energy Consumption in Refrigeration Technology

Carsten Hoch, TÜV Süd Industrie Service GmbH

Standardization and Ecodesign

Lambert Kuijpers , A/Gent b.v . Consultancy

Main Issues from International Reporting for (Natural Refrigerant Based ) Heat Pumps

Frank Rinne, Emerson Climate Technologies GmbH

Borealis Bus A/C Heat Pump with the Green Refrigerant R290

Lutz Boeck, Faiveley Transport Leipzig GmbH & Co. KG

Evaluation of N atural R efrigerants for HVAC Systems in Railway Vehicles

Thomas Lergenmüller, GEA Refrigeration Germany GmbH

A Heat Pump Integrated in a Production Process – Sustainable Cost and CO CO2Saving

Alexander Cohr Pachai, Johnson Controls Denmark ApS

Heat Pump Technologies with Natural Refrigerants

Nicky Cowan, Star Refrigeration

Design aspects of River Water, Ammonia Heat Pumps for District Heating

Oliver Javerschek , Bitzer Kühlmaschinenbau GmbH

Calculation , Simulation and ApplicationApplicationof Commercial and Light Industrial CO CO2Heat Pumps

Jörg Saar, Danfoss GmbH

Heat Recovery Modules Make it Easy to Turn the Supermarkets CO CO2Refrigeration Into Heat Pumps

Hermann Renz, Bitzer Kühlmaschinenbau GmbH

Hydrocarbon Heat Pumps for Light Industrial ApplicationsApplications– One Key Technology for Sustainable Heating Solutions

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