Güntner Renews Natural Refrigerants Label From ATMOsphere

Date: 04 April 2024
Güntner Renews Natural Refrigerants Label From ATMOsphere
Reinforcing its leading role in promoting sustainability in the refrigeration and cooling industry, Güntner has renewed its Natural Refrigerants Label from ATMOsphere, a global market accelerator of clean cooling and heating solutions. The label represents a global gold standard highlighting best-in-class natural refrigerant systems and components manufacturers.

Güntner first received the label in September 2022 and has now renewed it for the second time. The label is designed to help manufacturers market products to new customers in the natural refrigerants marketplace and to help end users identify best-in-class suppliers, the label can be displayed in many different places, such as directly on products and on marketing material, email signatures, company pitches, and trade show booths.

“By being global and multi-application, the label helps to create trust,” added Marc Chasserot, ATMOsphere Founder and CEO. “We want to use this multi-year label process to help move the market to cleaner solutions with natural refrigerants over time.”

Güntner believes that solutions such as carbon dioxide, ammonia, hydrocarbons, air, and water offer viable alternatives to synthetic refrigerants, which produce significant greenhouse gas emissions and are a risk to people and the environment. The company continues to test and explore its use in a state-of-the-art lab and recently pledged to convert its entire product range to eco-friendly substances.

The process of qualifying for the label is based on a unique methodology developed by ATMOsphere, and manufacturers need to demonstrate excellence across three pillars: company vision; customer satisfaction (measured through testimonials from multiple end users, confirming the reliability, performance, and service of the company and its products); and measurable impact. This year, two new criteria included this year recognizing a proactive approach to training customers, partners, employees, and suppliers, and the avoidance of harmful polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), such as trifluoroacetic acid (TFA).
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