Convegno ONU, Ashrae, IIR sulla gestione sostenibile delle tecnologie di refrigerazione nei settori della pesca

imageLa gestione del pescato è un problema delicato che investe a pieno il nostro settore. Se si pensa alle grandi e medie flotte che passano settimane in mare si comprende come l’innovazione tecnologica in questo ambito sia fondamentale. In primis per la materia prima facilmente deperibile e per le esigenze di sicurezza a bordo.
Del tema si sono occupati l’UN Environment (UNEP), l’ASHRAE,  l’Istituto Internazionale di Refrigerazione (IIR) e l’Organizzazione delle Nazioni Unite per lo Sviluppo Industriale (UNIDO), con il sostegno del governo del Regno di Thailandia  in un convegno internazionale “La Gestione Sostenibile delle Tecnologie di Refrigerazione nel settore delle attività di pesca nel settore marittimo e off-shore” che si è svolto il 6,7, 8 aprile 2017 a Bangkok.
Nel settembre 2016, l’aggiornamento della task force XXVII/4 del Protocollo di Montreal Protocollo e del gruppo di valutazione economica (TEAP) ha riferito che il 70% della flotta mondiale di pesca continua ad utilizzare gli Idroclorofluorocarburi-22 (HCFC-22) come refrigeranti principali.
In linea con i recenti dettami l’HCFC-22 è attualmente in fase di eliminazione in tutto il mondo. La gestione della tecnologia RAC nel settore marittimo e della pesca ha un ruolo fondamentale nell’adempimento degli obiettivi di graduale phase down HFC.
Gli interventi, in lingua inglese, sono disponibili ai link sottostanti.

Technical Program

DAY ONE: THURSDAY, 6 APRIL 2017

Track 1: Multilateral and Regional Agreements Affecting Technologies in the Marine/Fisheries Sectors

  1. Montreal Protocol Related Policy Setting, Regulatory, Enforcement and Data Reporting in the Marine Mobile Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning (RAC) Sector: Dr. Ezra Clark, UN Environment, OzonAction Branch, DTIE Paris Download Presentation
  2. Management of Refrigerants in Mobile Marine Sectors: Challenges for Article 5 Countries: Ms. Artie Dubrie, UN Environment, Compliance and Assistance Program, Asia and the Pacific Office Download Presentation
  3. Recent Developments Under the Montreal Protocol as Related to Marine Mobile RAC Sector: Mr. Alexander Cohr Pachai, Member of Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning and Heat Pump Technologies Options Committee (Montreal Protocol) Download Presentation
  4. Recent Developments Under the Montreal Protocol as Related to Marine Mobile Foam Sector: Ms. Kultida Charoensawad, Member of Flexible and Rigid Foams Technology Options Committee (Montreal Protocol) Download Presentation
  5. Control of ODS for International Shipping: Mr. Masao Yamasaki, International Maritime Organization (IMO) Download Presentation
  6. Key Trends in International Refrigerated Cargo and Reefer Fleet: Ms. Hassiba Benamara , United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Download Presentation
  7. Importance of Refrigeration in Fisheries and Aquaculture: Mr. Daniel Davy, Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Download Presentation

Track 2: Best Management of Existing Systems and Installations

  1. HCFC and HFC Production and Global Supply Chain: Mr. Li Yunpeng, China National Ozone Unit, FECO Download Presentation
  2. Refrigerant Management in Seafood Industry: Current Trends and Challenges: Mr. Comgrit Sorchom, Thai Union Pvt. Ltd (Thailand) Download Presentation
  3. Ship-breaking: Refrigerant /Air-Conditioning Equipment and Refrigerant Safe Management – China Case Study: Mr. Cui Xue, Ship Breaking Industrial Association, China Download Presentation
  4. Case Studies: Adapting non-HCFC Technologies in Fishing Vessels
  5. Replacement Fluids for Existing Systems: Mr. Paul de Larminat, Johnson Controls (France) Download Presentation
  6. Replacement of Ice Flaker Machine from R-22 to another Alternative: Mr. Roberto Aguilo, Ing. Aguilo & Associates (Argentina) Download Presentation
  7. RAC Good Servicing Skills Requirements in the Marine Sector: Including Minimum Entry Skills, Training/Certification: Mr. Emilio Caralde III, Mayekawa Philippines Download Presentation

DAY TWO: FRIDAY, 7 APRIL 2017

Track 3: New and Future Technologies for Marine and Vessels Sector

  1. Alcohol Slurry Ice Freezing Equipment: Mr. Kenji Onaka, Nissin Refrigeration & Engineering Ltd. (Japan) Download Presentation
  2. Experiences with CO2 Refrigeration Systems in Fishing Vessels: Mr. Martin Corneliussen, Kuldeteknisk AS (Norway) Download Presentation
  3. Feasibility of Waste Heat Driven Absorption Refrigeration in Ships: Mr. Klaas Visser, Technical University of Delft (Netherland) Download Presentation
  4. Controls Automation Benefits in Addressing Efficiency and Safety in Fishery Segment: Mr. Maniam Venkateswaran, Danfoss (India) Download Presentation
  5. Compressors and Alternative Refrigerants: Mr. Jan Gruebel, BITZER Download Presentation

Track 4: Refrigeration Selection for Fisheries Sector

  1. Development of Ultra Low temperature (ULT) Binary Refrigeration System with Low GWP Refrigerant: Mr. Kenji Onaka, Nissin Refrigeration & Engineering Ltd. (Japan) Download Presentation
  2. Ammonia/CO2 Cascades for Process Refrigeration On-Board Fishing Vessels: Mr. Alexander Cohr Pachai, Johnson Controls Download Presentation
  3. Application of Natural Refrigerants in Mobile Marine and Fisheries Refrigeration Sectors: Mr. Shinya Takeuchi, Mayekawa (Japan) Download Presentation
  4. Monoblocks System for Marine Application with Low GWP Refrigerant for Fresh and Frozen Products in Marine Cold Stores: Mr. Lorenzo Bulgarelli, Zanotti (Italy) Download Presentation
  5. Technologies for Chillers: Especially Refrigerated Sea-Water (RSW) Applications: Mr. Paul de Larminat, Johnson Controls (France) Download Presentation
  6. Compact Low Charge Ammonia Unites for Flow-Ice, RSW and Freezing: Mr. Evert Potgieter, Pam Refrigeration (South Africa) Download Presentation

DAY THREE: SATURDAY, 8 APRIL 2017

Track 5: Advancing Energy Efficiency in Technology Selection for Marine/Fisheries Sector

  1. Introduction of Current Japanese Fishing Boat Energy Saving Challenge: Mr. Kenji Onaka, Nissin Refrigeration & Engineering Ltd. (Japan) Download Presentation
  2. Fishery Innovation Start from Refrigeration Revolution: Mr. Brian Davis, Danfoss (Denmark) Download Presentation
  3. Sustainable Refrigeration in Fisheries: Mr. Arvind Surange, ACR Project Consultants (India) Download Presentation
  4. The Contribution of Novel Marine System Technology to Game Changing Total Ship Efficiencies: Mr. Klaas Visser, Technical University of Delft (Netherland) Download Presentation
  5. Effective Handling of Air, Water and Oil in Ammonia Refrigeration Systems to Conserve Energy: Mr. Laxmikant Dandawate, Star Coolers (India) Download Presentation

Track 6: Initiatives and Way Forward for Sustainable Technologies in Marine and Fisheries
(Panel Session)

Panel Session A: Prospects and Challenges to Transfer New Technology to A5 Countries Download Presentation

Panel Session B: Institutional and Regulatory Frameworks Required for Sustainable Management of Refrigeration Technologies in Marine and Off-Shore Fisheries in A5 Countries Download Presentation

Technical Committee

Cesar Luis Lim, ASHRAE, Committee Chair
ASHRAE: Arvind Surange, Roberto Aguilo
UN Environment: Artie Dubrie, Ayman Eltalouny,  Shaofeng Hu
IIR: Jacques Guilpart, Paul de Larminat
UNIDO: Yury Sorikin

Organizing Committee

Artie Dubrie, UNEP, Committee Chair
Thailand: Department of Industrial Works – Jirodom Turitakorn
UN Environment: Shaofeng Hu,  Pipat Poopeerasupong, Donnalyn Charles
ASHRAE: Apichit Lumlertpongpana, Edward Tsui
IIR: Deonie Lambet,  Didier Coulomb
UNIDO: Ozunimi Iti

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