WEST HARTFORD, Conn. — Stop & Shop, Quincy, Mass., has installed advanced refrigeration technology at a 38,000-square-foot store here that opened in December. The technology, from Hill Phoenix, Conyers, Ga., consists of Second Nature systems for both low- and medium-temperature display cases and walk-in coolers. The medium-temperature system cuts refrigerant charge by 50% compared with a standard DX system by using propylene glycol as a coolant. For its low-temperature display cases and ...

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