Join us on a virtual journey to climate- and ozone-friendly RAC systems in Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe. Second stop: Spain and Costa Rica.
In this second online event of our virtual Technology Roadshow we will take a look at three companies operating with and producing plants with natural refrigerants from Spain and Costa Rica:
Intarcon: Industrial refrigeration (Spain)
Intarcon is a global supplier for packaged refrigeration units and solutions for the catering and food distribution sectors and the industry. The company distributes systems that operate with natural refrigerants such as propane, CO2 and ammonia.
Roche: Pharmaceutical distribution center (Costa Rica)
Roche sends biotechnological medicines from its distribution center to more than 23 countries in the entire Central American and Caribbean region. Two cold rooms with the natural refrigerant R290 store all products requiring a cold chain of 2°C to 8°C degrees, mainly medicines for cancer treatment. A freezing room is used to store refrigeration elements to maintain the cold chain during transportation.
RSF: Industrial refrigeration (Costa Rica)
Systems of RSF, equipped with ammonia, are highly energy efficient and climate-friendly. Additionally, the refrigeration, air conditioning and process water systems are equipped with monitoring devices to avoid waste.
Intarcon: Refrigeration with propane, ammonia and CO2
Germán Gil, Intarcon
Javier Cano, Intarcon
Roche: R290 cold and freezing rooms
|Daniel Mendez, Roche|
RSF: Refrigeration, air conditioning and process water systems with ammonia
Ing. Lisandro Salas, RSF
Carlos Nunes Silva, RSFGabriel Gutierrez, RSF
Language: Spanish with simultaneous translation into English
9:00-10.30 am (Costa Rica)
10:00-11.30 am (Mexico & Colombia)
11:00-12.30 am (Cuba, Paraguay, Grenada & Venezuela)
5:00-6:30 pm (Germany, Spain)
Watch the videos of the participating companies and their technologies:
Roche (Costa Rica)
RSF (Costa Rica)
The Technology Roadshow is organised by GIZ Proklima (SPODS project) with the financial support of the European Union (EU) and German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).