Refrigeration Briefs

100 Million Copeland Scrolls and Counting
Emerson Climate Technologies, Inc. employees recently celebrated the manufacture of the 100 millionth Copeland Scroll compressor, when it rolled off the production line in Lebanon, MO.

Copeland Scroll compressors are installed across a wide range of applications including residential air conditioning systems, residential and commercial heat pumps, geothermal heat pumps, commercial air conditioning units and chillers, and supermarket and foodservice refrigeration systems. Read more at
— Emerson Climate Technologies

Source Refrigeration & HVAC Completes All-Natural Project
Source Refrigeration & HVAC, Anaheim, CA, completed a major project in Carpenteria, CA, in what is now the first all-natural Albertson’s store in the Supervalu chain of supermarkets. The store’s refrigeration systems use carbon dioxide (CO2), ammonia, and propane.

“We selected Source because of their extensive experience in planning, phasing, installing, executing, and sustaining mission-critical refrigeration and HVAC systems. Source’s commitment to system optimization and energy efficiency is very much in line with SUPERVALU’s overall sustainability efforts,” says Richard Heath, director of energy innovations/projects for Supervalu.

The project was part of a comprehensive team that included CTA Architects/Engineers, Hill PHOENIX, Mayekawa Manufacturing Company, Danfoss, and Eleven Western Builders, Inc. Read more at

(Watch for an exclusive feature article on this project in an upcoming edition of Contracting

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