U.S. OEM Evapco and cold-storage builder Ti Cold will discuss low-charge ammonia/NH3 (R717) packaged refrigeration systems in the cold-storage industry at the ATMO America Summit on natural refrigerants in June.
Together with Rob Adams, Partner with Ti Cold, Evapco’s Vice President Kurt Liebendorfer will share information about the application of packaged low-charge systems in two new cold-storage and food processing facilities.
ATMO America Summit 2022 is taking place at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center in Washington, DC, on June 7–-8. The 11th edition of ATMO America will gather key industry experts, policy makers, end users and contractors to learn about the very latest developments in natural refrigerants-based solutions. ATMO America is organized by ATMOsphere (formerly shecco), publisher of Ammonia21.com.
Liebendorfer and Adams, will present two case studies from Sioux Falls, South Dakota (U.S.), and Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, detailing how low-charge ammonia refrigeration technologies were applied along with the latest building design, material handling technologies and best practices in food safety. Both projects were design-built in parallel construction schedules, starting in 2020 and substantially completed in 2021.