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How To Convert From R-22 or R-404A to Opteon XP40 Refrigerant

By |December 7th, 2017|Industry Updates|Comments Off on How To Convert From R-22 or R-404A to Opteon XP40 Refrigerant

How to convert from R-22 or R-404A to Opteon™ XP40 refrigerant

 
Converting from R-22 or R-404A is a simple process, but it’s important to start with a retrofit plan. Watch this short video to understand the conversion steps and key differences between R-22 and R-404A retrofits, including:
1. Lubricants
2. Elastomeric seals
3. Expansion devices (TXV)
4. Discharge temperatures
 

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Getting to Know Opteon XP40

By |November 8th, 2017|Industry Updates|Comments Off on Getting to Know Opteon XP40

Watch this short video to understand the basics of HFO refrigerant technology and how it is enabling the commercial refrigeration industry, through products like Opteon™ XP40 (R-449A), to achieve high performance and long-term regulatory compliance.

Refrigerant regulations and technology are complex topics, let us simplify them!

Check out this video!!

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Recovery or Evacuation? More EPA Updates

By |November 8th, 2017|Industry Updates|Comments Off on Recovery or Evacuation? More EPA Updates

RECOVERY or EVACUATION?
When a technician removes refrigerant from a system, is he or she evacuating the system or recovering the refrigerant?

A couple of the definitions for Evacuate are; to remove the contents of or to create a vacuum in.

In the HVACR world, we normally referred to evacuate as the process to remove non-condensable and moisture from a system by […]

EPA Update: Where the Industry Will Go From Here

By |October 17th, 2017|Business Management, Industry Updates|Comments Off on EPA Update: Where the Industry Will Go From Here

 EPA Refrigerant Management Program Update

Over the last month, a number of stories have appeared pertaining to the HFC court ruling. As a result, ESCO Institute has received large number of inquires as, to how this may impact the EPA’s efforts in modernizing the Section 608 program.

The following post will provide a little history and […]

A Glimpse into the New EPA Rules

By |October 17th, 2017|Industry Updates|Comments Off on A Glimpse into the New EPA Rules

Many questions have been going around about the new rules for Section 608 of the Clean Air Act. As a retired instructor given the opportunity to chair the committee to redo the exam questions, I think the changes made are an improvement to the test bank of questions. We tried to get rid of questions requiring […]

Emerson FREE Chicago Forum: Gain Practical Insight Into Our Changing Industry

By |October 4th, 2017|Industry Updates|Comments Off on Emerson FREE Chicago Forum: Gain Practical Insight Into Our Changing Industry

Chicago, IL | October 5, 2017 | Chicago Marriott O’Hare

We’re excited to bring our next FREE E360 Forum to the hub of the Midwest, Chicago, Ill. This is your chance to join the ongoing industry dialogue as we evaluate trends and tackle the biggest challenges in commercial refrigeration and air conditioning.

 

You’ll learn:

• How the HVACR […]

HFC Litigation: NRDC, industry ask court rehear critical case on HFCs.

By |September 29th, 2017|Industry Updates|Comments Off on HFC Litigation: NRDC, industry ask court rehear critical case on HFCs.

For full story and surface temperature change by HFCs graphic,  https://www.nrdc.org/experts/david-doniger/nrdc-industry-ask-court-rehear-critical-case-hfcs 

NRDC and leading companies are asking the full federal appeals court in Washington today to rehear and reverse a divided panel’s August decision blocking the Environmental Protection Agency from cutting emissions of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).

The case is called Mexichem Fluor v. EPA. You can read NRDC’s rehearing petition here.

HFCs […]

Process Cooling: Central Hub

By |September 27th, 2017|Industry Updates|Comments Off on Process Cooling: Central Hub

Process Cooling is a central hub for extremely helpful information regarding heat exchangers, chiller systems, portable chillers, heat transfer fluids, water treatment services, and federal regulations on refrigerant.

Everything you need is right at your disposal! Videos, digital magazines, news articles, webinars, white papers and more!

http://www.process-cooling.com/