Alfa Laval sponsored Atmo2018

The event sponsored by Alfa Laval, in its ninth Italian edition, took place from November 19 to 21 in Riva del Garda. It was an opportunity to discuss how technological innovation applied to refrigeration contributes to reducing environmental impact.

Atmo2018 was a meeting point between industrialists and representatives of the government. It was an occasion to discuss the future of natural refrigerants and how they can make industries more efficient and sustainable.

So, the event, whose focal point is the excellence of technology for the industry, saw the presence of over 450 leaders in the world of the HVACR industry (Heating, Ventilating, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration).

Atmo2018 was also the occasion for Alfa Laval to show to the public its innovative products. Starting from the new CB410 brazed plate heat exchanger, to the T10-EW which is the most recent high-performance semi-welded plate heat exchanger and the U-Turn module, a liquid separator with plate heat exchangers for ammonia applications.

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About Alfa Laval

Alfa Laval specializes in the supply of specialized components and engineering solutions for thermal exchange, separation and fluid handling. The company’s solutions find applications in fields like food and beverages, chemicals and petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, starches, sugar and bioethanol.

The company’s products find application in energy production plants, on ships, in the oil and gas sector, in engineering, mining and wastewater treatment, as well as air conditioning and refrigeration applications.

The company works together with customers from over 100 countries and, in 2017, it registered 3.6 billion euros in orders. The company today has about 16,400 employees. Moreover, it has been present in Italy for over 100 years and now has about 900 employees in the country. In particular, the offices are in Monza, Genoa, Florence, Alonte, Suisio, Parma, Naples, Venice and Rome.

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