Cool Talk: Ultra Low-GWP Refrigerants - Chilling with Jens


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28th May 2021

Cool Talk: Ultra Low-GWP Refrigerants

The refrigeration industry is steadily moving towards more sustainable refrigerants, which can have a big impact on all of you out there in white vans with dirty hands. In this episode, Jens and Jorg take a look at new refrigerants including A2L and A3 types, the rules and regulations surrounding them, and how to work with them out in the field. They also touch upon the pros and cons of several specific variants and the special considerations you need to keep in mind when handling them.

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Chilling with Jens
Discover the world of evaporative refrigeration
Tune in to the best podcast in the cooling industry. Join host Jens Andersen as he takes you through the principles, processes, and applications in and around evaporative refrigeration. Jens has knowledge, wisdom, and insights gained from over 40 years spent working at Danfoss, and he’s excited to share it all with you. He’s also got plenty of friends and colleague in the industry who like to drop by to share their stories and unique perspectives. Whether you're a cooling industry veteran or just starting out, this podcast has something for you.

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