DENMARK: Danfoss is gearing up for its 3rd annual Refrigerant Week with a planned programme of webinars, podcasts, and local training events.
The Refrigerant Week, taking place from September 16-20, is designed to prepare installers — alongside resellers, wholesalers, operators and OEM engineers — to handle the accelerating pace of refrigerant transition.
Danfoss says that topics will cover industrial, commercial and food refrigeration, as well as air conditioning. There will be content in many different languages, to ensure global coverage.
“Refrigerant transition is an issue that affects installers all round the world, and the global nature of our Refrigerant Week reflects that,” said Danfoss Cooling’s head of public and industry affairs Torben Funder-Kristensen. “We want to help professionals everywhere to stay abreast of the latest issues and trends, but more importantly to contribute to the conversation and give their view.
“But as we enter a new phase of environmental concern with skyrocketing CO2 emissions, it’s never been more important to discuss and debate refrigeration on a supranational scale—including the new amendments to the Montreal Protocol,” he added.
Danfoss says the webinars will be scheduled to give as many installers as possible, in a wide variety of time zones, the opportunity to tune in live, for subjects including: flammable refrigerant handling, CO2 technology developments, transitioning away from R404A and R22, global refrigerant trends, and digital tools to help conversion.
The full agenda will be released soon. Click here for updates.