UL to Participate in 17th Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Conference hosted by Purdue Center for High Performance Buildings
Brian Rodgers, UL Principal Engineer for Heating, Ventilating & Large-Scale Cooling Equipment, joins the short course speaker line up on, “The Transition to Flammable Refrigerants,” during the 17th Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Conference. This event will be hosted by Purdue Center for High Performance Buildings, Ray W. Herrick Laboratories, Sunday July 8, 2018, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Topics Brian will be presenting on: • UL and International Equipment Standards Related to Flammable Refrigerants • Updates of ASHRAE Standards Related to Flammable Refrigerants • Research on A2L, A2, and A3 Refrigerants • Changes in Building Safety Codes for Use of Flammable Refrigerants
Brian Rodgers has been Principal Engineer for Heating, Ventilating & Large-Scale Cooling Equipment with UL for over 10 years. He previously was Product Safety Engineer with Tecumseh Products for 17 years. Most of his career has been devoted to the development of US, regional, and international safety standards, for which he received the IEC’s 1906 Award in 2015 for his work on IEC SC61C MT1 for motor compressors. UL has named him to its William Henry Merrill Society in recognition of his leadership in his field. Brian received his engineering degree from Eastern Michigan University.