Mayekawa joins as Gold Sponsor of ATMOsphere America 2014

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ATMOsphere America organizers are pleased to announce the continued support of Mayekawa, one of the world leading suppliers of industrial cooling & freezing systems using the “Natural 5” refrigerants: CO2, Ammonia, hydrocarbons, water and air.

To be held June 18 & 19 in San Francisco, the ATMOsphere America 2014 conference is designed as a meeting place for industry, suppliers, end-users and policy makers to come together and discuss what is needed to advance natural refrigerant technology in North America.

Mayekawa has continuously demonstrated its support for the ATMOsphere conference series in Europe, Asia, and now for the 3rd year in a row, in America.

About Mayekawa

Most widely known for their MYCOM compressors, Mayekawa is one of the most advanced manufacturers of industrial cooling systems, compressors and heat pumps employing natural refrigerants.

The company’s refrigeration and freezing technology is based on decades of experience in installing solutions worldwide. Each system is designed to achieve maximum energy-efficiency and water conservation, whilst countering global warming and ozone depletion through the use of natural refrigerants.

Mayekawa has over 100 small subsidiaries in Japan and 40 subsidiaries overseas, all of which are small enough to focus on finding unique engineering solutions to complex problems, without functional/organizational boundaries.

Exploring new horizons
Mayekawa is now developing food-processing technologies with the objective of improving flavors, colors, and smells of the final product. 
Also in the food industry, the company has been developing robotic equipment for deboning chicken, pork, and beef along with robots for harvesting strawberries and tomatoes, which enhance productivity and working conditions.
In the heat pump market, through its participation in the Government of Japan Program launched in the 1960s, Mayekawa has created a heat pump that provides 150℃ hot water (steam) by adopting natural refrigerant. Furthermore, absorption heat-pump using water as a refrigerant has also been developed, which produces cold water by utilizing low-temperature waste heat of just 60℃ as a power source.