Make way for the new class of refrigerants that await its entry in the global commercial markets. These are not the generic class of compounds that have been haunting the dreams and discussions of active environmental activists and forums respectively. When the world is out on the hunt for fresh additions to the list of already known refrigerants in the market, their approach is fixated to a singular point of product development — aim at coolants with low-global warming potential (GWP).
Emerson hosted an AHR version of its E360 series at the E360 Regulatory Breakfast Tuesday morning in Las Vegas. Dr. Rajan Rajendran, vice president – System Innovation Center and sustainability, led off the presentations by a panel of Emerson experts by discussing refrigerant regulations and alternatives.
The Kigali amendment is subject to ratification in the U.S. and will formally take effect when 20 member parties to the Montreal Protocol ratify or accept the amendment, which could take up to two years.