News from the first-ever ATMOsphere Japan

As the global HFC phase-down gathers pace, ATMO Japan was all about how policy changes and technology developments are creating new opportunities for natural refrigerants in Japan. Representatives of Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, the Ministry of Environment and shecco CEO Marc Chasserot also discussed the impact of Kigali on Japan’s official stance towards natural refrigerants.

 Main themes of the conference also included:
  • The low-charge ammonia revolution
  • The status of CO2 refrigeration as a standard solution for food retail
  • Propane making inroads as a viable refrigerant for light commercial applications in Japan
More than 20 end users participated, including Lawson, COOP Aomori, Nestlé Japan, and A-colle. The conference also served as a platform to showcase cutting-edge natural refrigerant technology case studies and to launch new and innovative products, including Panasonic’s 30 HP CO2 cascade system, an all-new CO2 condensing unit from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, and Mayekawa’s CO2/NH3 package for small facilities and supermarkets.

Highlights ATMO Japan 2017
  • 191 attendees including
  • 29 key speakers
  • 22 end users
  • 17 sponsors
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