JOIN US for our next E360 Webinar, “Understanding Applications for New Refrigerant Alternatives” on Tuesday, January 24 at 2 p.m. EST / 11 a.m. PST.
With recent EPA SNAP rulings mandating the phase-down of high-GWP refrigerants, the number of new refrigerant alternatives has increased dramatically. They’re designed to offer improved energy efficiencies and environmental sustainability across a wide range of commercial refrigeration applications. But with so many new refrigerants becoming available, many operators are trying to determine which options are best suited for their businesses.
The EPA has also listed some new, lower-GWP A1 refrigerants as acceptable for use. Because these alternatives may likely be among the first options that operators will consider, many of them are wondering what impacts these alternatives will have on equipment performance.
In our next E360 Webinar, entitled “Understanding Applications for New Refrigerant Alternatives,” Jason Prenger, director of refrigeration engineering, will answer these important questions to help operators make the transition to lower-GWP refrigerants with confidence.
Jason will address the impacts of these new refrigerants on compressor performance, with specific emphases on reliability, efficiency and capacity. To provide regulatory content of this discussion, he’ll review the current state of regulations and their impacts on existing high-GWP refrigerants per refrigeration application. Then, he’ll evaluate the new alternatives that the EPA has already listed as acceptable for use.
Attendees will learn:
- How new refrigerants compare to their predecessors in efficiency and capacity
- Operating envelope considerations for lower-GWP A1 alternatives
- Challenges facing the various industry channels — OEMs, wholesalers and contractors
So, if your business will soon be impacted by the transition to lower-GWP refrigerant alternatives, this webinar is designed to help you make the best decision about which options will be most effective in your refrigeration applications.
Register now to join Jason Prenger for this important refrigerant discussion on January 24 at 2 p.m. EST / 11 a.m. PST.