Klimaatvak, the meeting point for air conditioning, ventilation and refrigeration. On the 28th, 29th and 30th of March, 2017, the tenth edition of Klimaatvak will be held in Gorinchem (The Netherlands) . Intarcon and Keyter will exhibit their refrigeration and air conditioning products.
From 20th to 23th of abril Intarcon will be exhibiting at the Djazagro exhibition in Argel. Djazagro is the leading exhibition in the agro-food sector in Algeria and North of Africa. Intarcon, being presentat Djazagro 2015 consolidates its presence in the Algerian market, having alrady supplied hundreds of refrigeration units for the Algerian Army and various private […]
Recently the 4th edition of Chillventa, the most important European meeting on refrigeration technology and HVAC, took place in Nuremberg.
The great innovation in 2014 INTARCON catalogues are the new models with R134A refrigerant for positive temperature in all commercial series. According to the new European legislative framework, the refrigerant R134A is nowadays the best choice for medium and high temperature cooling systems.
By reducing refrigerant loads within INTARCON units, we avoid the emission of fluorinated greenhouse gases emission of about 100.000 CO2 equivalent tones per year.
Last April the European Parliament approved the F-Gas regulation about the prohibition of fluorinated gases. The new regulation sets out a calendar of reduction and gradual prohibition of current refrigerant gases. In practice, the current R404A will be no longer used in 2020 in new equipment and installations throughout EU, and from this date on […]
In a few weeks the next International Exhibition Chillventa will be held in Nuremberg, monographic which to a great extend set the trends of European cooling industry. In spite of the short duration of this edition, reduced to 3 days (from 14th to 16th October), it promises to count on a great affluence of exhibitors […]
From first January 2014, a new tax regulation on fluorinated gas is into force in Spain, which taxes the HFCs reload in cooling systems according to the gas GWP (Global Warming Potential).