Environmental Compliance: To meet legal requirements and environmental regulations, preventing the release of harmful refrigerants that contribute to climate change and ozone depletion and help avoid hefty fines.
Safety: Protecting your employees and occupants from potential health risks associated with refrigerant leaks, including asphyxiation and respiratory issues.
Energy Efficiency: Maintaining the efficiency of your refrigeration systems by promptly detecting and addressing leaks, reducing energy consumption and operational costs.
Cost Savings: Minimizing financial losses due to refrigerant leaks, as early detection prevents the need for frequent recharging and costly repairs.
Equipment Protection: Extending the lifespan of your refrigeration equipment by preventing damage and corrosion caused by refrigerant leaks, reducing maintenance and replacement costs.
The EPA can assess civil penalties up to $44,539 per day, per violation, for non-compliance