The new release provides users a streamlined regulation workflow, enabling clear compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) 608 requirements for 2019 as well as California Air Resources Board (CARB) and F-Gas regulations.
As applications for CO₂ refrigeration systems expand, the industry must increase its competences regarding its use. To help address this growing need, Danfoss developed the Mobile CO₂ Training Unit in 2016.
While many of those R-22 systems have been replaced with R-410A units, a large installed base still remains, meaning that technicians will have to know how to troubleshoot and service both types of equipment for many years to come.
An estimated three quarters of currently operating National Hockey League (NHL) ice arenas were built in the mid-1990s. In addition to these larger arenas, there are thousands more private, community, and locally owned rinks across North America. Many of these rinks are much older and are nearing, if not well past, the expected usable lifetime of the refrigeration systems that enable ice making.
If fully supported by governments, the private sector, and citizens, the Kigali Amendment will avoid up to 0.4°C of global warming this century while continuing to protect the ozone layer. The amendment will substantively contribute to the goals of the Paris Agreement.
Carrier has been working with The Chemours Co., a global leader in fluorochemicals and refrigerant technology, which will produce and distribute the new refrigerant under the name Opteon™ XL41 in North America.
Under this new law, manufacturers cannot sell equipment or products that use prohibited HFCs that are manufactured after their respective prohibition dates. The compliance dates vary by end-use and for new versus retrofit equipment.
Emerson’s integrated learning sessions are designed to help keep service technicians, manufacturers, and end users informed about best practices, regulatory changes, emerging technologies, and industry trends.
On Demand Refrigerant Safety Classes A2L and A3 have a very low GWP, making them a strong, long-term solution for many HVACR applications. However, these refrigerants are classified as mildly flammable and highly flammable respectively. This flammability class raises safety and compliance concerns. This webinar will help you understand these classes, along with the opportunities these refrigerants can offer.
The AHR Expo is the largest event in the HVACR industry, offering educational sessions, award-winning products, and networking opportunities galore. It’s impossible for attendees to see everything, but you can check out some of the highlights in this issue of The NEWS.