Recent webinars from Bacharach, which have been archived, are designed to help refrigeration engineers and equipment owners learn about new standards in ammonia and carbon dioxide leak detection, as well as understand refrigerant leak patterns.

The newest webinar discusses NH3 and CO2 applications, concentration limits and alarms, and what needs to be known about leak detection. Ammonia and carbon dioxide are two natural refrigerants that are widely used for their zero ODP, very low to zero GWP, and importantly – relatively low cost. However, when a leak occurs, both refrigerants pose hazards that must be identified and fixed as soon as possible to prevent serious harm.

This webinar explains how new standards in NH3 and CO2 leak detection will support refrigeration engineers, facility managers, and compliance officers in specifying and installing leak detection systems. The webinar discusses why NH3 and CO2 gas detection systems are needed and explores the advantages Bacharach provides through diffusion instruments, sampling gas monitors, and connected solutions enterprise software.

In the second webinar, gas leak experts at Bacharach outline how to identify and understand refrigerant leak patterns. Data analysis of over 2.8 billion samples from Bacharach’s Connected Solutions will provide a greater understanding of refrigerant leak patterns and how to detect refrigerant leaks as early as possible.

The importance of detecting, notifying, and fixing refrigerant leaks as swiftly as possible is a core objective of many organizations, where cooling and refrigeration are critical. The benefits are considerable, ranging from ensuring product quality, employee and customer safety, reducing operating costs, and improving equipment performance.

To learn about the new standards, visit:; to watch the webinar on refrigerant leak patterns, visit: