Heatcraft’s New App To Help With 2020 DOE Refrigeration Regulations
Suite of tools will support transition from legacy to new product models
A new app from Heatcraft Refrigeration Products offers customers a simplified way to access new model nomenclature and product data as new condensing unit, unit cooler, and self-contained models are introduced to comply with the Department of Energy (DOE) 2020 commercial refrigeration regulations.
To ensure a smooth transition, the app features a set of tools to help navigate the move from legacy model numbers to new model numbers, including:
- Cross-reference tool, which allows manufacturers, distributors, contractors, and wholesalers to find a new model based on legacy models;
- Build-a-model tool, which allows users to build a Heatcraft model in just a few easy steps;
- New model search, which provides instant AWEF compliance info and technical data for new Heatcraft models; and
- PT chart, which determines if a refrigerant is saturated, subcooled, or superheated at any time within the system.
The new app can be found at the Google and Apple app stores.
Heatcraft Refrigeration Products provides a one-stop online resource for the latest on impending DOE 2020 commercial refrigeration regulations and how it will affect the commercial refrigeration industry. Visit https://Heatcraftrpd.com/Regulatory to get detailed information regarding how the DOE’s new compliance requirements impact manufacturers, contractors, wholesalers, OEMs, and end users.