SEE THE CHINA REFRIGERATION SHOW IN SHANGHAI 2015

China Refrigeration is one of the central trade fairs for the HVAC/R sector. Check out our little picture gallery and discover some of the exhibit highlights showcased at Shanghai New International Expo Centre hall E2, stand D15.

BITZER reciprocating compressors in the middle of attention: an OCTAGON 2-cylinder in the foreground and a S6F-30.2 2-stage compressor in the background.












State of the art compressor technology featuring state of the art infotainment: a movable shift screen opens up new insights into new CSVW2 compressor. This compact screw compressor has been specially designed for use in liquid chillers with low condensing temperatures.










BITZER is also presenting the new open OS.A95 screw compressors which is designed to use ammonia as a refrigerant (middle, background). Given the worldwide trend to refrigerants with low global warming potential, this will presumably gain even more significance in the future. If you’d like to get a closer look, visit the BITZER website for more information:https://www.bitzer.de/us/company/news-and-dates/news/index-6.jsp#OS.A95: New Compressor for Ammonia









The new arena like BITZER booth concept is celebrating its China Refrigeration premiere. It is the first time the new BITZER booth is used at this major Asian trade fair for refrigeration and air con technology.







The first floor of the new BITZER booth is a place to gather and to chat about new products and discuss latest trends. No matter if you’re visiting the ground or the first booth floor: At BITZER you’re always sure to be at the top of innovation.




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