CO2 As A Future Refrigerant

Published on 31 Aug, 2015

CO2 Future Refrigerant

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After refrigeration technology became wide-spread, CFC’s saw extensive use owing to its ease of use and efficiency.

During the 1970’s however, the world got a chilling shock. We discovered that this refrigerant's presence in our atmosphere would damage the planet's ozone layer for years to come. When that came to light, the world united in its hunt for a better alternative.

While potential solutions faced many challenges to market entry, a promising new refrigerant emerged. As CO2 based refrigeration technology grows in both viability and availability, it shows appreciable promise to reduce atmospheric pollution by Ammonia and other often potent greenhouse gases.