Danfoss to hold second edition of Refrigerant Week

The natural refrigerant-related webinar series will take place for the second time on September 24-28 as part of Climate Week NYC.

From September 24-28, Denmark-based global HVAC&R component supplier Danfoss will run a series of webinars that will touch on natural refrigerants as part of the New York environmental conference Climate Week NYC (September 21-29, 2018).

The free webinars will run from Monday 24 September to Friday 28 September, along with local events and online access and promotion of tools to aid the transition to low-GWP refrigerants. “As the price of high global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants increases and regulations become tougher, Danfoss, a leader in the HVAC&R sector, is continuing their annual Refrigerant Week initiative to help industry professionals and decision-makers make the transition to low-GWP refrigerants,” reads the online description of Danfoss’s webinar series.  

Climate Week NYC, which runs from September 21-29 in New York and online, is run by the Climate Group in coordination with the United Nations and the City of New York, and is being held at the same time as the UN General Assembly. It focuses on general climate change issues. 

The schedule of webinars, run by Danfoss, that relate to natural refrigerants is as follows:

  • September 24 at 9AM and 2PM CET: Global trends on refrigerants and regulation
  • September 25 at 8AM and 2PM CET: The possibilities and limitations of A2L and A3 refrigerants
  • September 25 at 9AM and 1PM CET: Pick the right refrigerants and components for your cold room and self-contained units
  • September 26 at 8AM and 3PM CET: Understanding low-charge ammonia systems
  • September 26 at 9AM and 2PM CET: How to minimize refrigerant charge in your HVAC&R systems
  • September 27 at 8am and 2PM CET: Transcritical CO₂ in industrial refrigeration applications
  • September 27 at 1PM CET: Refrigerants in a warming world
  • September 27 at 1PM CET: Leading edge CO₂ technologies for smart stores

For a full list of the webinars and registration information is available here.

By Charlotte McLaughlin

Aug 30, 2018, 12:09

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