The system helps retailers track their usage and comply with Environmental Protection Agency requirements, officials said.
Emerson Climate Technologies has put out a new refrigerant
management system that helps retailers track their usage and comply with
Environmental Protection Agency requirements.
The system uses new technology and valves to handle
charging and removal. It measures the amount of refrigerant added to systems
and loads the information into computer software for later review or sending electronically
to other locations.
“Our goal is to help our customers maintain government
compliance and meet self-imposed sustainability goals through more efficient
and integrated means,” said Bill Coulombe, president of Emerson Climate
Technologies’ retail solutions division. “By eliminating the inconsistencies
and guesswork associated with the charging of refrigeration systems, our refrigerant
management system will allow our retail customers to easily satisfy guidelines
set forth by the EPA.”
Emerson releases refrigerant system
September 22, 2008