Episode 10 — Climate friendly technology of the future
The latest episode covers an Australian virtual reality safety course on natural refrigerants and Mexico’s first CO2 transcritical system.
Last week shecco released the tenth episode of ‘sheccoTV News’ on its YouTube channel sheccoTV.
The episode focuses on the news that TAFE SA (the Technical and further education school in South Australia) has created a new virtual reality program to help students studying refrigeration identify malfunctions in the machinery room.
The show also covers the news that the Mexican retailer, Casa Ley, has become the first supermarket operator in the country to install CO2 transcritical system.
The weekly roundup of news from its industry leading websites R744.com, hydrocarbons21.com and ammonia21.com is produced by shecco’s multimedia reporter Charlotte McLaughlin, and presented by Margot Goles-Macesic, shecco’s social media officer.
Each week we will post a sheccoTV News video to our YouTube channel. See you next week!
Originally published on Oct 1, 2018:
This episode covers a new virtual reality safety course for natural refrigerants.hydrocarbons21.com
The latest episode covers proposed HFC regulation from three U.S. states and deals with the future of the EU's F-Gas…hydrocarbons21.com
A refrigeration class in South Australia will trial VR technology with specially designed virtual tours.r744.com