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Smaller-Diameter Copper Tubes Strengthened with Low Percentages of Alloying Elements Withstand the Higher Pressures of New Refrigerants such as R744, Says the International Copper Association

MicroGroove Tubes Made from New Copper Tube Alloys Provide High Strength and High Thermal Conductivity, Minimizing Wall Thickness and Materials Usage New York, New York (December 17, 2014) – According to the International Copper Association, technical tube alloys provide yet another advantage for users of MicroGroove technology, especially in ACR applications using high-pressure refrigerants such as R744 (i.e., carbon dioxide).

The Copper Alliance Sponsors Webinar on "The Manufacture of High-Efficiency Coils with MicroGroove Copper Tubes" by Brian McConnell, President of Burr OAK Tool Inc.

Free Webinar in the MicroGroove Webinar Series Slated for January 20, 2015 New York, New York (December 3, 2014) – The International Copper Association and the Copper Alliance announce a New Webinar in the MicroGroove Series of Webinars will be presented on 20 January 2015 at 11:00 am (Eastern Time). The webinar is titled "The Manufacture of High-Efficiency Coils with MicroGroove Copper Tubes" and it will be presented by Brian McConnell, President of Burr OAK Tool Inc.

MicroGroove Research on Heat Pumps Ready for Presentation at the IEA Heat Pump Conference, Says International Copper Association

Montreal, Quebec (May 12, 2014) – As the number of applications for MicroGroove Technology continues to grow, so too does the need for research to guide engineers in the design of industry-first products.

MicroGroove Technology Delivers Higher Energy Efficiency in Numerous Applications at ACREX India

The Copper Alliance and the International Copper Association (India) Highlight the Advantages of Smaller Diameter, Inner-Grooved Copper Tubes in Heat Exchanger Coils

Nothing Succeeds Like Success: Smaller-Diameter Copper Tube Use Grows

The Copper Alliance Shares MicroGroove Successes at the 2014 AHR Expo

New York, NY (20 January 2014) — According to the International Copper Association (ICA) and the Copper Development Association (CDA), smaller diameter copper tubes are being adopted by more and more companies as heat exchanger engineers, ACR product designers, coil makers and OEMs become more acquainted with MicroGroove technology.

New Line of Air-Cooled Condensers from the LU-VE Group Uses Smaller Diameter Copper Tubes, says International Copper Association

MicroGroove Tubes Contribute to the High Efficiency of New Generation of Commercial Condensers, Offering Greater Cooling Capacity in Smaller Spaces

New York, NY (12 August 2013) — According to the International Copper Association (ICA), smaller diameter copper tubes are playing a key role in the development of a new generation of heat exchangers for use in a wide range of commercial applications.

MicroGroove Technology Case Study Shows How to Optimize Fin Designs for Air Conditioners Made with Smaller Diameter Copper Tubes, says International Copper Association

Researchers from ICA and SJTU Design Eleven Different Fin-and-Tube Heat Exchangers and Correlate Performance with Fin Design

MicroGroove Technology Case Study Presented at ATMOsphere America Shows How to Reduce Charge of HC Refrigerants in Next Generation ACR Products, says International Copper Association

The Use of Smaller Diameter Copper Tubes in the Heat-Exchanger Coils of New AC and Refrigeration System Designs Maximizes Performance of Eco-Friendly Refrigerants

New York, NY (31 July 2013) — According to the International Copper Association (ICA), a technology case study on MicroGroove presented at the Second Annual ATMOsphere America Conference held in Washington DC in June shows how to keep performance levels up while reducing refrigerant charge.

MicroGroove Copper-Tube Coils: Moving Beyond Residential Applications

Tuesday, June 11, 2013 at 1:00 pm ET.

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Speakers: John Hipchen, President, Exel Consulting Group; and Matt Holland, Vice President of Operations, Richmond Division of Super Radiator Coils
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