On January 1, 2019, new regulations that have been at the center of a recent review by the EPA, will go into effect.
The EPA has confirmed that they will not be making changes to the rules before the end of the year, so it’s time to understand the requirements and plan to understand what is required. Here are the three most significant changes:
Now that HFC refrigerant regulations are up in the air at the federal level, numerous states are considering their own HFC refrigerant regulations, including California, Connecticut, Maryland, and New York.
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New refrigerant leak reporting requirements take effect Jan. 1, 2019 🗓️, and your larger appliances may be impacted.
I’ve found that many in the HVAC/R field are calculating refrigerant charges wrong, particularly when it comes to field-assembled equipment.
Because you, too, could be calculating refrigerant charge incorrectly...