Extended technical presentation/ CPD now offered: The US refrigerant landscape

Airedale by Modine are pleased to be able to offer an updated and extended technical presentation / CPD covering the US refrigerant landscape.

With particular focus on legislation, the growth of “mildly flammable” refrigerants and the opportunities for the data center sector.

This presentation has been developed with input from consultants, suppliers and our research team, and is aimed at consultants designing data center cooling systems, who want to understand the refrigerant landscape now and in the future.
The presentation can be delivered remotely or in-person by our data center expert Stuart Kay and covers:

  • An introduction to refrigerants and global warming potential
  • Global refrigerant legislation (Montreal Protocol, Kigali Amendments)
  • US legislation
    • Kigali
    • PFAS Legislation
    • EPA timeline of US regulations
    • Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP)
    • Climate Alliance States / California Air Resources Board
    • AIM Phasedown
    • Building Codes
  • A2L Refrigerants
  • Airedale by Modine strategy
    • Impacts / Considerations
    • Suppliers / Competitors
    • Airedale envisioned timeline
  • Supplier Strategies
  • Technical Considerations
    • CRAC
    • Chiller
    • Application
    • Service / Maintenance

Stuart Kay, North American Sales Director at Airedale by Modine:

As we transition to a low carbon economy and try to reduce the impact of global warming, HVAC manufacturers like Airedale by Modine are working extremely hard to understand how legislation, technical considerations and our own sustainability goals will impact our data center cooling portfolio both now and in the future.


It is important we pass on this knowledge, as system designers need to be aware of manufacturer plans and understand how the systems they design need to evolve to reflect what is a rapidly evolving landscape.

I’m excited to take this presentation on the road and look forward to some engaging discussions with likeminded people looking to take this industry forward into a more sustainable future”


Those interested in the presentation should complete the contact form below and we will contact you to arrange a session.