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How New DOE Standards Impact the Refrigeration Products You Buy

2020 DOE regulations affect on condensing units & unit coolers

April, 30th, 2019

 

The effects of the upcoming January 1, 2020, Department of Energy (DOE) regulations will resonate across specific product lines in the refrigeration industry. These changes will shape how the products are manufactured, installed, and serviced. The overarching goal of the new DOE standards is to make the equipment more energy efficient, while being cost effective over time. In this blog we will answer important questions regarding how the new 2020 DOE standards affect unit coolers and condensing units.

 

What are the changes to unit coolers to meet 2020 DOE standards?

 

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