The third Refrigerant Week by Danfoss started this week – to assist you in learning more about their tools, events, and resources to help you get ready for refrigerant change. In recent years, legislation around refrigerants has shifted significantly, affecting prices and availability all over the world. And the move to low-GWP (global warming potential) alternatives has only just begun.
Throughout the industry, people are dealing with unprecedented change. So, in 2017, Danfoss started Refrigerant Week. This is their way of bringing together the best and brightest minds in refrigeration to help installers, resellers, wholesalers, operators, and OEM engineers to handle the accelerating pace of refrigerant transition through a packed program of webinars, podcasts, and local training events. And you’re invited to join them.
An international program of webinars
There will be 11 live webinars to choose from to give you the latest insights into subjects such as:
- Global trends and drivers – for cold chain technology, and refrigerants and regulations.
- Handling A2L and A3 flammable refrigerants – including charging procedures and service routines.
- Transitioning to new refrigerants and technologies – with everything installers need to know about new refrigerant technologies, and moving away from R404A.
- Benefiting from lower-GWP refrigerants – by rethinking system design and comparing industrial refrigeration efficiency.
- Using CO₂ – including large industrial transcritical systems and system optimisation.
- Looking to the future – so you’re ready for changes all the way to 2030.
Industry speakers and interactive activities
In addition to their webinars, they will also have exclusive insights from industry experts such as:
- Torben Funder-Kristensen – Head of Public and Industry Affairs, Danfoss Cooling
- Norbert Blatz – Global Application Manager, Danfoss Cooling
- Jürgen Fischer – President, Danfoss Cooling
- Ray Gluckman – consultant with over 30 years of experience in refrigeration, energy efficiency, and climate change
- Emilia Battaglini – Program Manager, Climate Change Group