How to Enhance Performance Without Sacrificing Safety
The focus on environmental sustainability is not new, but as regulations ramp up, so do the challenges to the "status quo" of doing business. Globally, regulations have had a significant impact on the refrigeration industry—and ice rinks operating in North America have felt the pressure of trying to hit a moving target.
Beyond environmental concerns, the safety of a refrigerant solution is paramount for a venue such as an ice rink. The health and safety of patrons, technicians, and operators must be prioritized, along with environmental sustainability, performance, efficiency, and longevity of the refrigerant.
The problem is that many rink owners and operators don't fully understand their options, or how to select a refrigerant that’s safe, as well as high-performing.
This white paper, the second in a two-part series, explores the different refrigerant options on the market and how rink owners and operators should make their selection. Learn how to consider important factors—such as flammability and toxicity, storage and handling, global warming potential (GWP) and ozone depletion potential (ODP), and more—in order to make an informed decision about which refrigerant to use in an ice rink management strategy.
Download the white paper to learn all the important health, safety, performance, and sustainability factors that are essential in the process of selecting a refrigerant.