Small Applications <200 KW with Natural Refrigerants

Symposium 2017

Great potential for systems in a small capacity ranges: On June 22 and 23 2017, operators, planners, manufacturers and interested expert visitors will meet at the eurammon Symposium Schaffhausen, Switzerland. Small scale applications for refrigeration and HVAC that are operated with natural refrigerants will be the focus of the event. This year´s highlight will be the use of hydrocarbons. Besides valuable information about statutory regulations, energy efficiency and specific requirements for the safe use of natural refrigerants, the participants will get a fascinating insight into successful practical examples that will be presented by international experts
Large refrigeration plants operating with natural refrigerants like ammonia have been a long-standing standard in the industrial refrigeration industry. But the use of natural refrigerants is also gaining ground in small refrigeration systems due to the current legal environmental framework and new technological possibilities. "Especially for small applications up to 200 kW, natural refrigerants are not only environmentally-friendly and sustainable but also a very efficient economic solution," explains Bernd Kaltenbrunner, chairman of eurammon. By means of precise practical examples, the speakers will illustrate just how economically efficient systems can be operated with natural refrigerants, and in which application fields refrigeration systems operating with hydrocarbons, for example, are already successfully established.

Besides exciting lectures, eurammon will offer an interactive workshop with four different groups and topics:


Group Topic Moderation
1 Hydrocarbons in Comparison to A2L Refrigerants Dr. Frank Rinne
2 Most Promising Commercial Applications for Hydrocarbons Hermann Renz
3 Training and Education for Hydrocarbons Prof. Dr. Alexander Krimmel
4 Small Applications with Ammonia Daniel McDougal


Below you can find and download the complete programme of the eurammon Symposium 2017.