trakref® Launches New Service To Transition Clients From R-22 Refrigerant

by Katie Lee

Brentwood, Tenn. — Within the next 36 months, R-22 refrigerant will no longer be available to use on your air conditioning and refrigeration equipment; production will come to a complete halt. Equipment owners who still have R-22 equipment will no longer have access to this essential fluid to keep their clients, tenants, materials, or food cold and safe.

“We have been working on the transition away from R-22 since 2008 and assisted more than 50,000 owners, managers and their technical staff to implement plans that reduced their exposure to limited supplies using a simple, three-step approach to the conversion: (1) allow them to extend equipment life, (2) realize significant energy savings, and (3) reduce material requirements, says Ted Atwood, CEO of trakref. “Our pilot programs have resulted in more than 8,000,000 pounds of savings; more than $15,000,000 in energy savings; and $300 million in material savings.”

trakref has launched a new, logic-driven cloud-based software system based on the results obtained during the 5-year pilot program. “We have fully digitized the process and automated the tracking and monitoring systems required to stay ahead of leaks, losses, inventory and equipment health while tracking contractor activity,” says Atwood. “We are committed to a simple, practical, affordable and comprehensive transition to whatever next generation of refrigerant works best for our clients.” 

To learn more, download trakref’s free guide to EPA 608 compliance at

trakref, Inc. is a privately held company located in Brentwood, Tenn. The cloud-based service simplifies HVAC and refrigerant asset management by linking locations, employees, contractors and HVAC/R systems, which enables data driven insights and awareness to save time, create value and meet EPA digital compliance. 

SOURCE: trakref, Inc.

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