Coca-Cola to allow the use of hydrocarbons in smaller cooler equipment

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Coca-Cola to allow the use of hydrocarbons in smaller cooler equipment

Antoine Azar of The Coca-Cola Company announced at ATMOsphere America that Coca-Cola will use hydrocarbons in the future for smaller cooler equipment (equipment below 100L). The preferred refrigerant of choice for The Coca-Cola Company will remain CO2, but due to the specific system configuration of smaller refrigeration units, hydrocarbons will be used in addition to CO2.

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