Climalife at Chillventa


01 October 2018
Climalife will present a range of current and upcoming solutions for refrigerants, lubricants, and heat transfer fluids via a series of talks on its stand at Chillventa later this month.

It will also celebrate 20 years of IDS Refrigeration, the wholly owned UK subsidiary of the Dehon Group. 
Talks scheduled daily at 12.30 pm, hall 7, stand 421:
  • New HFO fluids for low temperature refrigeration and air conditioning (replacement for R410A) by Honeywell.
  • HFO compressors lubrication by Exxon Mobil.
  • Control leaks and energy consumption with an intelligent solution connected by Matelex.
Climalife will also present at the Specialist Forum on the following topics: 

Very low GWP solutions, implementing A2L refrigerants
16 October, 3.40 pm -  hall 4A, stand 405 Specialists Forum

Food and beverage production: Selecting the right heat transfer fluid to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions
18 October, 12.20 pm - hall 7A, stand 618 - Specialists Forum

Anticipating leaks in your cooling systems and reducing your energy consumption using a smart connected solution
18 October, 2 pm - hall 7A, stand 618 - Specialists Forum

Climalife will also host celebratory drinks and canapes on 16 October to mark 20 years of IDS Refrigeration.

Founded in 1998, IDS originated from a joint venture between Rhodia and its European distributor, the Dehon Group. In 2006, the Dehon Group launched the Climalife brand to gather all thermodynamics activities in Europe.

From stocking a small range of refrigerants in 1998 to now offering more than 40 and supporting the UK cooling industry through the changes being driven by F-Gas regulation.

Climalife is also heavily involved in supplying quota free solutions, leak detection and maintenance tools to help manage the F-Gas regulation, whilst improving cost and energy efficiencies.
Managing director Allan Harper said: “I am delighted with our development over the years and due to the hard work of all my colleagues both in the UK and mainland Europe we have become an important part of the total Climalife European activity.”
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