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Association underlines its commitment to sustainable cooling

Dubai, 20 April 2021. Eurovent Middle East, the region’s HVACR industry association, has become a member of the Cool Coalition, a global initiative led by UN Environment and the Kigali Cooling Efficiency Programme. The initiative promotes a holistic and cross-sectoral approach to meet the cooling needs of both industrialised and developing countries through better building design, energy efficiency, renewables, and thermal storage as well as phasing down refrigerants with a high global warming potential.

The future of the commercial refrigeration market in the region – by Dania Shehadeh, Research Analyst, BNC

BNC is looking at major projects in the refrigeration sector.  Among other things the pandemic has taught the region, is to manufacture more and store more when it comes to essential items and particularly food and medicine. While 2021 is off to a slow start the future for commercial refrigeration in the region is bright.

By Jörg Saar, Global Applications Manager, Danfoss Cooling

EU F-Gas regulation is forcing many refrigeration system manufacturers, installers, and specifiers to switch to alternative refrigerants with reduced Global Warming Potential levels for commercial applications. This article can help you assess alternative flammable and non-flammable refrigerants and make an informed choice.

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Eurovent Middle East has entered into its 5th year of existence amid an ongoing global pandemic. The lack of physical meetings, events, exhibitions, conferences and seminars, has taught us to make more use of digital platforms and to conduct online meetings at home while the kids redecorate the kitchen, dogs reshape the sofa, and with the cat tanning on our keyboard.

Document presents guidelines for improving Indoor Air Quality and reducing energy consumption

The Eurovent Product Group ‘Air Handling Units’ (PG-AHU) has published the first edition of Eurovent Recommendation 6/15 - Air Leakages in Air Handling Units. The Recommendation presents guidelines for improving Indoor Air Quality and correcting the performance of Air Handling Units due to internal leakages.