Webinar "Understand Refrigerant Leak Detection in Upcoming E360" from Emerson Climate Technologies

With new regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Department of Energy (DOE) changing the landscape of the commercial refrigeration industry, understanding refrigerant leak detection rates has become a topic of increasing debate among retailers and contractors. Emerson Climate Technologies is responding to this debate with a webinar that will provide a basic understanding of leak detection and the methods needed to implement an effective detection program. The complimentary webinar, entitled “Understanding Leak Detection and Implementing Effective Programs,” will be held from 2–3 p.m. EST on Tuesday, Nov. 3. It will cover: - What an effective leak detection program looks like - The benefits of putting such a program in place - An overview of the regulatory environment related to leak detection - Current leak detection technologies, including practical tips on how to get the best results The webinar will be presented by John Wallace, director of innovation for Emerson Climate Technologies’ Retail Solutions business segment. Wallace has been active in the design and development of electronic control systems for more than 20 years. He is a registered Professional Engineer and holds several patents related to HVACR control systems. Wallace has served on many industry committees, including the Lonmark Refrigeration committee and the Department of Energy’s Better Building Alliance. He currently chairs the North American Food Equipment Manufacturers (NAFEM) Data Protocol standardization committee. The webinar is part of the newly labeled E360 Webinar Series, formerly titled Making Sense. The series will continue to offer practical insights into all aspects of the HVACR industry as part of the E360 platform, which provides a number of resources designed to offer a 360-degree view of industry issues and advancements by addressing energy efficiency, equipment reliability, and safety, environmental protection and economic considerations   Source: Emerson Climate Technologies
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