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Refrigerants can pose numerous hazards, including as it relates to toxicity, flammability, asphyxiation and / or physical hazards. The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineering (ASHRAE) Standard 34 classifies refrigerants by hazard based on toxicity and flammability.
There are currently over 40 million vehicles in the U.S. using R-1234yf, and this number is expected to increase, as R-1234yf is the preferred, low-GWP alternative refrigerant for mobile air-conditioning systems (MACs). What’s more, the number of vehicles that will be outside of the manufacturer’s warranty is growing each year.
Bacharach in the News
The MGS-400 gas detectors support safety compliance inside of machinery rooms, mechanical rooms, chiller plants, cold storage facilities, and walk-in freezers by monitoring for dangerous refrigerant leaks. The ability to detect refrigerant leaks and quickly initiate alarm systems help... Read More
Bacharach announces a new release to the Parasense Platform to support requirements for refrigerant management. The new release provides users a streamlined regulation workflow enabling clear compliance with the EPA 608 requirements for 2019, as well as CARB and F-Gas regulations. The newest release of the Parasense Platform blends a user toolset... Read More
Bacharach is pleased to announce that its newest combustion and emissions analyzer, the PCA® 400, is among “The Top 100 New Products” awarded by Construction Equipment Magazine. Bacharach received the award for their significant investment, work and innovation in research and development...Read More