Join Bacharach and refrigerant leak detection expert Tom Burniston for a free educational webinar. The goal of this presentation, entitled "The Fundamentals of Refrigerant Leak Detection", is to help attendees gain a better understanding of the common drivers behind the adoption of a refrigerant leak detection program, and the most common sensor technologies used to achieve each desired outcome.
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Smart tools continue to grow in the HVAC-R industry, spurring manufacturers to create connected, digital devices that will make work in the field less manual and more automatic.
With so much buzz about the future of automation (think smart homes, self-driving cars, and artifical intelligence), it's important to keep in mind that just as with manual tools, not all smart devices are created equal.
Regulations governing the sale of certain high GWP refrigerants have caused supply shortages and price hikes throughout European markets and around the globe, and the refrigeration industry is feeling the effects. R-404A, as well as other high GWP refrigerants, are experiencing meteoric price-hikes as they become more and more scarce. As the HVAC-R industry deals with the effects of these drastic HFC phase-downs, low-level leak detection offers the ability to mitigate the increasing prices of these refrigerants.
Bacharach's 2018 fall heating season campaign offers customers a free multi-year subscription to Bacharach's B-Smart® pre-calibrated sensor exchange program, or a free sample conditioner. The promotional value ranges from $199 to $1,595... Read More
Bacharach announces key product upgrades to the PCA® 400 Combustion and Emissions Analyzer platform, including the addition of sensor protection, low NOx measurement, near-field communications (NFC), and the ability to connect / control the analyzer with... Read More
Bacharach announces the acquisition of Neutronics Inc., a world-class provider of refrigerant and gas analyzers. Neutronics' technologies serve the automotive and commercial HVAC markets, and provide high-purity oxygen analyzers to the semi-conductor industry, and self-contained breathing units... Read More