Secop, a global expert in advanced compressor technologies using hydrocarbon refrigerants, has announced that it will support and sponsor ATMOsphere Europe and ATMOsphere America in 2016.
ATMOsphere – Interactive workshops bringing together decision makers from industry and government to change the future of natural refrigerants. The 7th annual ATMOsphere Europe 2016 conference will be held in Barcelona, Spain on the 19th and 20th of April. As companies in the natural refrigerant industry are increasingly bringing their attention to warmer climates and markets, it seems only natural that ATMOsphere Europe 2016 is also taking a new direction: South! Besides focusing on the latest trends and achievements in the field of natural refrigerants technologies, the two-day event will explore untapped business opportunities and reveal future perspectives in the HVAC&R industry. Established as a significant melting pot of new ideas and innovations for HVAC&R industry stakeholders from around the globe, ATMOsphere Europe 2016 offers the participants a comprehensive programme of end user and supplier panels, policy, market trends and technology case study sessions, without forgetting the popular workshops and unparalleled networking opportunities.
New sessions this year will cover hot topics, such as:
- Training & Education
- Marketing of natural refrigerant
- Horeca industry
- Household refrigeration
- HVAC applications
- Transport technology
The event is expected to attract over 300 industry experts, making ATMOsphere Europe 2016 a unique opportunity to meet and create partnerships with leading end users, contractors, suppliers and government representatives.
Secop is a leading compressor manufacturer committed to developing and supporting technologies and products that promote energy efficiency. The company is active in the sectors of household, light commercial and DC-powered refrigeration and has developed a range of compressors which operate with the use of hydrocarbons, R600a (isobutane) and R290 (propane). Secop, formerly known as Danfoss Compressors, belongs to the German AURELIUS Group of companies since 2010.