DuPont Refrigerants Launches 'Cool' New Website

DuPont Refrigerants Launches ‘Cool’ New Website

DuPont Refrigerants is taking 75 years of industry experience online, and sharing critical new product and technical information with an enhanced version of its website. The new website, accessible at www.refrigerants.dupont.com, is designed to address the needs of current and potential customers in the stationary and mobile air conditioning and refrigeration markets.

DuPont Refrigerants is taking 75 years of industry experience online, and sharing critical new product and technical information with an enhanced version of its website. The new website, accessible at www.refrigerants.dupont.com, is designed to address the needs of current and potential customers in the stationary and mobile air conditioning and refrigeration markets.

“For three-quarters of a century, DuPont Refrigerants has carried on a tradition of industry leadership and has consistently been the most reliable source of quality product and technical expertise on refrigerant solutions that address our customers’ needs,” said Mark Baunchalk, global business manager – refrigerants, DuPont Fluorochemicals. "The launch of our enhanced website continues that tradition online. Providing our customers with a one-stop resource for all the information they need about today’s more sustainable, high-quality, high-performance cooling solutions, is another critical step toward realizing our vision for The Science of Cool, focused on bringing leadership in science and technology, environmental solutions, global relationships and sustainable cooling."

In conjunction with state-of-the-art web functionality, customized sections of the site dedicated to OEMs, distributors, service technicians and end-users facilitate a better, more efficient way to explore cooling solutions. Additional key features of the site include:
– Extensive refrigerant technical and product information;
– Interactive product selection tools to help customers find the right DuPont refrigerant for a specific job;
– Environmental and regulatory information and updates for the refrigerants industry; and
– Enhanced technical training materials.

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