Refrigerant leak event webinar- lower your refrigerant emissions and improve your refrigerant management by learning about 5 leak event types to watch out for following Bacharach's extensive refrigerant leak analysis

Webinar: Refrigerant Leak Events

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We’ve Analyzed Over 2.8 Billion Refrigerant Leak Samples & Here’s What We Found

Free webinar helps refrigeration contractors, engineers and technicians along with end users watch out for five common refrigerant leak types based on Bacharach’s large-scale analysis.

Bacharach’s Parasense platform that provides a full refrigerant management solution has recorded and analyzed over 2.8 billion refrigerant leak samples. Now, to drive down refrigerant emissions across the country, Bacharach have identified five of the most common refrigerant leak types for you to watch out for:

  • The Over-Nighter
  • The Volcano
  • The Defroster
  • The Under-Cover
  • The Repeater

The importance of detecting, notifying and fixing refrigerant leaks as swiftly as possible is a real objective for the food retail industry and other industries where cooling and refrigeration is critical. The benefits of reducing refrigerant leaks are considerable; ensuring product quality, employee and customer safety, reducing operating costs and improving equipment performance. The five common leak types that Bacharach have discovered as part of the large-scale analysis of refrigerant leak samples can help improve understanding and drive down refrigerant leaks. The findings are available for FREE through Bacharach’s watch on demand webinar available from here.

Following a large scale analysis of over 2.8 billion refrigerant leak samples, Bacharach have found five leak event types to watch out for.

Following a large scale analysis of over 2.8 billion refrigerant leak samples, Bacharach have found five leak event types to watch out for.

About the Presenter

Portrait of Jason Ayres, Application Support Engineer for Parasense Inc.

Jason Ayres, Application Support Engineer for Parasense has over 20 years of experience in helping refrigeration system owners and contractors identify leaks, manage refrigerant and reduce energy consumption.

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