20 February 2017, Tokyo, Japan – 17.02.2017 Secop at ATMOsphere Japan 2017

Secop, a global expert in advanced compressor technologies using hydrocarbon refrigerants, will support and sponsor ATMOsphere  Japan, ATMOsphere  America and ATMOsphere Europe in 2017.

ATMOsphere - Interactive workshops bringing together decision makers from industry and government to change the future of natural refrigerants.

On 20 February, ATMOsphere Japan 2017 (Shin-Maru Conference Square - Tokyo, Japan) will be a unique forum for industry leaders, policymakers and end users to discuss global and Japanese advancements in the natural refrigerants sector.

The event will also address the issue of whether the government subsidies for natural refrigerant-based technologies will continue, and explore emerging signs of healthy technological competition in the industrial and commercial refrigeration sectors, creating more choice for end users.

This year’s highlights will include an exclusive session by Professor Pega Hrnjak of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign where he will cover the latest technologies for natural refrigerants in different applications around the globe.

The programme will also feature a comprehensive end user panel with prominent companies and a novel International Supplier Panel where multinational companies will discuss challenges and opportunities they face in the Japanese market.

Furthermore the conference will also serve as a platform to showcase cutting-edge natural refrigerant technology case studies and to launch new and innovative products.

About Secop
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.