AHRI is Leading the Transition to Low-GWP Refrigerants
ARLINGTON, Va. — The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) continues to demonstrate its commitment to ensuring a safe transition to low-global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants through educational events such as a recently concluded five-part webinar series on the latest refrigerant research, which attracted more than 1600 participants.
Topics included air conditioning applications, commercial refrigeration applications, understanding refrigerant sensors, predictive tools for refrigerant behaviors, and refrigerant ignition in open flames/hot surfaces.
“The Refrigerant Webinar Series was quite effective in engaging various stakeholders about the research taking place to determine application limits and safety requirements for low-GWP flammable refrigerants,” said AHRI Vice President of Regulatory Affairs Helen Walter-Terrinoni, who also heads the AHRI Safe Refrigerant Transition Task Force (SRTTF). “The impressive attendance these webinars attracted is a testament to the importance of our mission. I encourage anyone with an interest in learning more about AHRI’s efforts regarding the safe refrigerant transition to visit our website to find out how they can become involved.”
AHRI’s SRTTF was established in 2019 to address every step of the supply chain in the transition to safe low-GWP refrigerants. Walter-Terrinoni works with a group of dedicated volunteers to educate stakeholders about the transition.