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The company will offer the City & Guilds hydrocarbon refrigeration qualification and is developing a new training course for chilled water cooling with HFOs.
For now, HFO and APRV still remain at the periphery of our practice.
The emergence of the HFO network, which now numbers more than 50 in North America, parallels the growth of Haas' manufacturing capacity.
The HFO 1234ze refrigerant has been integrated with TECS2, the proven and experienced Climaveneta's range of oil free chillers featuring magnetic-bearing technology and high quality control logics.
The two air-cooled HFO machines, each rated at 180kW, will provide chilled water as a condensing medium for the in-store integral cases running on propene.
HFO was able to source a buyer through our extensive network of relationships who understood the value add component of this transaction.
Other hydrocarbon propellant is easy to produce, has zero ozone depletion potential, and has a low cost as compared to DME, HFC, and HFO.
The global HFO market exceeds 600 million tonnes per annum, of which approximately one third is used in marine applications (as bunker fuel oil).
The new facility is known jointly as an HFO and technical education center and is located on the campus of Oakland Community College near the intersection off I-75 and state highway 59.
PORTLAND, Oregon -- HFO Investment Real Estate is pleased to announce that its mobile website has received "Best of Industry" first place awards in both the Real Estate and Professional Services categories from the Web Marketing Association.
At Haas Automation, Tim Brooks is named HFO business manager, and he will service Haas Factory Outlets in the western U.
New York Yankees legend and Latin Grammy Nominated musician Bernie Williams, a long-time supporter and partner of HFO, gave a heartfelt speech on Hillside's dedication to feed all those in need in the area especially the elderly, sick and young children.