Free Webinar On Refrigerant Leak Monitors

Gaining Momentum in India

13 May 2022

03:30 - 4:00 PM

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Topics Covered

What will you learn from this session?

  • Why Refrigerant Leak Monitoring System?
  • Gas detector quantity and location considerations
  • Drivers for Refrigerant detection
  • Methods of Refrigerant detection
  • Gas detector quantity and location considerations

Case Study: IIT Kanpur

By BP Refcool

Refrigerant Leak Monitoring System at IIT Kanpur, IIT Kanpur is one of most prestigious and premier institution of higher technical education in India. It has been consistently ranked in top engineering institutes of India for over several decades. As expansion they were looking for supply of a refrigerant early leak detection system for new chiller plant room. 

Gas leak detection is used to continuously monitor for refrigerants in air conditioning systems in hotels, offices, apartments and buildingsShould there be a refrigerant leak in the chiller system and refrigerant gases escape, depending on the potential size of the leak, a leak detection system either alerts will alert for low, main and high alarms and also communicated same with the building management system (BMS).  This system will indicate which chiller have potential leak and with ppm level on display engineer will know how to big is leak and find and manage before major loss of refrigerant happens.

About the Speaker

Mr. Kapil Singhal

Mr. Kapil Singhal is Mechanical Engineer and holds postgraduate diploma in Business Administration. He has an overall experience of 23 years in HVAC&R industry. He is an active member of ISHRAE and ASHRAE. He is also a member of Refrigerants Technical Committee of ISHRAE and ASHRAE. He has published papers in various industry journals and magazines. 

He is Managing Director at BP Refcool, which is into manufacturing and distribution of specialty products for HVAC&R service tool and chemicals. 

Recently, B P Refcool has been focusing on innovations around Refrigerant Emission Reduction through advanced recovery, Leak detection and monitoring. 

He can be reached at


293 Sector 6, IMT Manesar, Gurgaon 122050 Haryana, India

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