The world of refrigerants is as fast-changing and confusing as ever. We can point to what happened with EPA SNAP Rule 22 as an example along with the fact that few are really talking about its withdrawal. (And, yes, SNAP Rule 22 was a thing and has now been withdrawn.)
The phaseout period for R22 refrigerant is coming to an end. Here are 3 harsh realities of the R22 refrigerant phase out:
On Jan. 1, 2019, the EPA allowable refrigerant leak rates change. Are you and your workforce prepared?
The case vacated part of a 2015 refrigerant management rule, SNAP Rule 20, that banned some HFCs in certain air conditioning and refrigeration applications, and this is now the buzz in the HVAC/R world.
What does this EPA SNAP appeal mean for your operations? And, most importantly, what are you missing from this decision?
In fact, 60% of all HVAC maintenance work is done on mid-sized appliances under 50 lbs!