Selecting low GWP HFO refrigerants like Opteon™ XL significantly reduces the total emissions of your refrigeration system.
A low global warming potential (GWP) refrigerant alone isn’t enough to reduce the environmental impact of your refrigeration system. Indirect emissions from energy consumption are a far greater contributor, so energy efficiency must be considered when selecting a low GWP commercial refrigerant.
A study conducted by independent consultants at Wave Refrigeration shows that hydrofluoroolefin (HFO) refrigerants, like Opteon™ XL, provide equal cooling performance with lower total emissions than other low GWP solutions like carbon dioxide (CO₂) and hydrocarbons.
We’ve put together a useful infographic that provides a comparative snapshot of the study results around refrigerant emissions output to help you make an informed decision.
Download our infographic and receive our new white paper, The Path to Reducing Climate Change Emissions from Commercial Refrigeration Applications. It contains a full comparison of the environmental and economical performance of various refrigeration technologies and systems, so you can be confident you’re choosing the right long-term low GWP solution.