We are very pleased to announce that the Italian compressor manufacturer Dorin will once again support ATMOsphere Europe as a Silver Sponsor! The 7th edition of this conference will be held on 19 & 20 April 2016 in Barcelona, Spain.
With an ongoing commitment to research and improvement, Dorin’s tailor-made solutions provide maximum efficiency and energy savings. In addition to rigourous, internal testing that ensures high quality standards, every phase of the production cycle is subjected to constant controls according to the Quality system ISO9001 – 2000 certificate.
Today, Dorin offers a complete and diversified product portfolio which features over 600 models of open type and semi-hermetic compressors and condensing units designed for natural refrigerants such us hydrocarbons, NH3 and CO2. The company also offers two-stage compressors, plus other accessories.
Dorin products can be used in numerous applications from commercial refrigeration and railway air conditioning to industrial refrigeration, marine applications, ice cream and distribution industries.
Innovation technology featured in Dorin’s CD series for CO2 TC applications
Designed for commercial and industrial refrigeration or heat pump plants, Dorin developed the CD series suitable for CO2 applications in the transcritical cycle. The main advantages are:
- One of the largest ever of its kind on the global market
- Reaches the cooling capability of greater size systems
- Ensures cost containment and operational investment, reducing the number of compressors required for the rack
- Low noise
- CD 500 range is also available in a double-stage version
About ATMOsphere Europe 2016
19 & 20 April 2016, Crowne Plaza Barcelona - Fira Center in Barcelona, Spain
ATMOsphere Europe is moving South to Barcelona, Spain for its 7th edition! With around 300 HVAC&R industry stakeholders expected to attend, this promises to be the biggest ATMOsphere conference ever organised in Europe. In addition to covering the latest market trends, policy issues and technology innovations, the 2016 programme will also look at new areas of application, in particular natural refrigerant technologies used in warm climates.
For general information about the conference, please visit www.atmo.org/europe2016