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New E360 Webinar Will Look at Leak Detection Programs

Recent regulatory rulings proposed by the EPA place increased emphasis on the commercial refrigeration industry to address refrigerant leak rates. Retailers, and others, are under increasing pressure and are taking proactive steps to reduce — and even eliminate — refrigerant leaks.

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But many retailers still don’t fully understand this issue or know where to start in their facility. They are unsure how to implement an effective detection program, or what methods and technologies are needed to do so.

With compliance top-of-mind — and the financial investment also of critical importance — a basic understanding of leak detection is more necessary than ever as the commercial refrigeration industry continues to respond to government regulatory changes.

This is why our next E360 Webinar is geared toward providing a basic understanding of leak detection and the methods needed to implement an effective detection program.

John Wallace, director of innovation for Emerson’s Retail Solutions business segment, will present a webinar entitled “Understanding Leak Detection and Implementing Effective Programs” on Tuesday, Nov. 3, at 2 p.m. EST.

Wallace will discuss:

  • What an effective leak detection program looks like
  • The benefits of putting such a program in place
  • An overview of the current and proposed regulatory changes related to leak detection
  • Current leak detection technologies, including practical tips on how to get the best results

To make sure you understand leak detection and what’s needed to implement an effective program, register now to join us on Nov. 3 from 2–3 p.m. EST.

You can learn more about our webinar program — as well as access our archives of past webinars — by visiting our website at EmersonClimate.com/E360-Webinars.

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