Mexichem Fluor Inc is set to make several appearances at forthcoming trade events in the Autumn. The group will use these opportunities to introduce users to its KLEA® Refrigerants portfolio. The exhibitions will include October’s Chillventa as well as the 2010 Energy & Store Development Conference which will be held during September.
Dave Smith, Mexichem Fluor’s Business Director, said, “It is a great opportunity to attend Chillventa and present the new Mexichem Fluor business capability to such a concentrated gathering of leading companies from the refrigeration and air conditioning industries.”
Representatives from the company will be on hand to deal with queries and dispense advice in Hall 6, stand 239. This year’s Chillventa will take place in Nuremburg, Germany between 13th and 15th October 2010.
Mexichem will have an opportunity to practice its presentation at the earlier , September, Energy & Store Development Conference. Held at the Hilton in Minneapolis between 19th and 22nd September, the event aims to provide ideas and solutions to help retailers’ design, develop and maintain stores in an energy and cost effective manner.
Mexichem’s Sales Manager, Scott Koerper, remarked, “With the phase-out of R-22, the commercial refrigeration industry has recognized KLEA® 407A as the best alternative. R-407A allows our customers to easily convert existing R-22 refrigeration racks and enjoy the full benefit from this refrigerant's superior capacity and efficiency performance, as well as its lower global warming potential. Compressor manufacturers including Copeland, Carlyle and Bitzer all approve R-407A for use in their equipment. Recently Copeland announced it had approved R-407A for use in Copeland Scroll refrigeration compressors provides the industry with yet another option to use R-407A refrigerant in OEM refrigeration equipment$quot;.
Both exhibitions will feature appearances from the company’s new range of refrigerant fluids. These are currently at a testing stage but are expected to find applications in air conditioning and commercial refrigeration applications. The range boasts high energy efficiency, low direct global warming potential (GWP).