As the phasedown of HFC refrigerants continues under the AIM Act, you may be asking, what options do I have available for my installed equipment? What new refrigerant options should I be looking to in the future for remodels and new stores? The team at Chemours is back and here to help! Our team has prepared an in-depth review of solutions currently available in the market as well as what’s coming next. Building off our extensive experience in Europe, participants will learn about the importance of retrofits and how retail partners have navigated through their HFC phase down under F-gas with Opteon™ .
Participates can expect to receive:
- An update on the AIM Act and the effects we are seeing in the market
- An overview on refrigerants available today that support the use of lower GWP technologies in new equipment and retrofits
- Next generation, low GWP refrigerants that will be available to retailers in the coming years
- Product and technical support Chemours can offer to your business
North America Marketing Manager
Brandon Marshall, Regional Marketing Manager for Thermal and Specialized Solutions at The Chemours Company has over 12 years of experience in the HVAC and refrigeration industry serving in a variety of roles including contracting and engineering. Brandon is passionate about supporting the HVACR industry in navigating the complex technological and regulatory landscape of today’s market while further instituting the use of new technologies that achieve a reduced impact on the environment and customer’s bottom line.
Market Development Consultant - Retail Refrigeration
Mitch Newsome graduated from the University of South Carolina in 2014 with a bachelors in Finance. Mitch has spent the last five years working for mechanical contractors in roles focused on new business development. In his last role at CoolSys Commercial and Industrial, Inc he worked on building relationships with supermarket end-users seeking to retrofit aging infrastructure and inadequate systems. In 2021, Mitch completed the construction leadership program (ICML) at the University of Colorado Denver further adding to his insights on the operating challenges end users are facing today. As the market development consultant for retail refrigeration at Chemours, Mitch works closely with end users to identify optimum solutions to meet their current and future refrigerant needs.
Global Technical Service Engineer - Refrigerants
Andrew Pansulla is the global technical service engineer for Chemours Refrigerants. He holds a Master’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Lehigh University. Over the past seven years with Chemours & DuPont he has primarily been focused on the development of next generation refrigerants for the HVACR industry. His assignments have included the quantification of performance for next generation HFO refrigerants in controlled laboratory settings and working in the field with end users to optimize their refrigeration systems.