Refrigerant contractors and equipment owners seeking to drive down refrigerant emissions can find help in a no-cost, on-demand webinar. Leak detection systems manufacturer Bacharach Inc. recorded and analyzed more than 2.8 billion refrigerant leak samples to identify the five most common refrigerant leak types to watch out for. The company describes the leak types and offers insights on ways to identify, detect, notify and repair such leaks.
The benefits of reducing refrigerant leaks are considerable. Prompt action when refrigerant leaks are detected helps to ensure product quality as well as employee and customer safety. It can also reduce operating costs and improve equipment performance for any industry where cooling and refrigeration is critical.