EVAPCO, a global leader in the design and manufacture of industrial refrigeration system components will support the third annual ATMOsphere America 2014 conference as a Bronze Sponsor. From 18 – 19 June in San Francisco, the conference will bring together key HVAC&R industry stakeholders to discuss the latest developments in the field of natural refrigerants.For almost 40 years, EVAPCO has engineered and designed heat transfer products for use in ammonia, and more recently CO2, industrial refrigeration systems. The employee-owned company offers a broad line of ammonia and CO2 products including:
- air unit evaporators
- critical process air systems
- evaporative condensers
- water treatment systems
- packaged recirculators
- pressure vessels
- hydrocooling coils
- thermal ice storage systems
At its 19 manufacturing facilities in 9 different countries, EVAPCO produces products that are designed to offer higher system efficiency, lower annual operating costs and reliable, simple operation and maintenance, while also ensuring environmental sustainability. The company is active in several markets including industrial refrigeration, district energy, commercial HVAC, industrial process and power.
About ATMOsphere America 2014
18 – 19 June at The Westin Market Street in San Francisco, California
The annual meeting place for HVAC&R industry stakeholders, including leading retailers, consumer goods brands, system & component suppliers, government representatives, associations and more, is moving to the West Coast this year! The event boast some exciting new highlights such as a session featuring energy providers, additional technology case study sessions on heat pumps and HVAC, and an option Napa Valley Wine tour plus site visit. Presentation and discussion topics will also include commercial, light-commercial, industrial and transport refrigeration, as well as regulations, standards and training.
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For general information about the conference, please visit www.ATMO.org/america2014