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HFO pioneers join retailers and industrial experts to take part in agenda-setting debate

A top panel of experts will be discussing the next generation of refrigerants at RAC’s free debate on April 26.

Asda’s Brian Churchyard and Morrisons’ Colin Coe will join refrigeration heads from Tesco and Waitrose to deliver the retail view on future refrigerant choice, while consultants Steve Gill and Phil Hoden will discuss the industrial end-users’ perspective.

They will sit alongside experts from the refrigerant supplliers and the developers of the first production spec HFO chiller who will present the latest information on the new gases and the practicalities of working with them.

Mr Churchyard also reaffirmed the retailer’s commitment to maintaining a portfolio of solutions into the future.”

He said: “ASDA will continue to evaluate the most appropriate emerging and maturing technologies of the future.”

“We have had an array of innovative live trials in place since 2007, from CO2 systems to secondary refrigeration, and from ducted air systems to water cooled integral technology.”

“A great deal of learning has already been taken. Once we understand in detail where the key benefits of these new technologies lie we will be in a strong position to further reduce our environmental impact. But it will be based on fact not emotion.”

 

 

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