Galileo TP Process Equipment has announced that it will once again be a Bronze Sponsor of the upcoming ATMOsphere America 2014 conference, which will be held from 18-19 June in San Francisco.Established in the 1940’s, Galileo TP has grown to offer a complete product range covering the needs of small, medium and large manufacturers. All systems are developed, designed and built to operate in manufacturing firms in accordance with global CWQC (Company Wide Quality Control) and allow for maximum control in all phases of the industrial process, from engineering to production, and assure storage and transmission of all work data.
Hydrocarbon & CO2 products and know-how
Galileo TP’s product range includes leak detection systems (hydrocarbons, high pressures of CO2, helium, hydrogen and others), evacuation systems, systems for gases and fluid storage, distribution and recovery, evacuating and refrigerant charge machines, also for hydrocarbons and CO2, Hydrocarbon Safety Management System, electrical safety compliance and performance test systems.
Galileo TP’s know-how centers on continuous research and anlaysis.
- Controls and measurements in thermodynamics
- Fluid and gas distribution
- Vacuum physics
- Spectrometry and gas analyses
- Electronic design
- Software and firmware
- Precision mechanics
About ATMOsphere America 2014
Taking place in San Francisco, the 3rd edition of ATMOsphere America 2014 promises to be another huge success, with key HVAC&R industry experts, including leading suppliers, end users, government representatives, etc., from all over the world attending. The conference program will spotlight the latest market trends, technology innovations and regulatory developments in the natural refrigerant industry in North America. The preliminary conference programme can be found at www.ATMO.org/america2014/program
Register for ATMOsphere America 2014
For more information about the event, please visit www.ATMO.org/america2014
Call for Case Studies Now Open!
The conference review board is now accepting technology case studies applicable to North America. For more details, please refer to the following link: http://www.atmo.org/news.details.php?id=423