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MSA Safety introduces data-driven HVAC-R solutions at AHR Expo

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MSA Safety showcases new connected HVAC-R technologies

At this year’s AHR Expo in Chicago, MSA Safety is showcasing its latest data-driven detection technologies, marking a significant step forward in the HVAC-R industry.

The company is introducing new connected solutions designed to enhance safety compliance, protect people and infrastructures, and reduce emissions.

Gustavo Lopez, MSA Safety Vice President of Product Strategy and Pricing, emphasized the importance of these advancements: “With this year’s expo focusing on the rapid pace of change in the industry, this is an optimal time for us to highlight MSA’s market-leading detection and connected technologies,” he said.

Beyond leak detection: MSA’s integrated approach

The new technologies go beyond traditional leak detection.

They aim to provide comprehensive solutions that include emission reduction and safety compliance, all driven by reliable and consistent data.

Lopez elaborated on this integrated approach: “As we look broadly at the HVAC-R industry, customers want technologies that go beyond detecting refrigerant leaks.

“They want connected solutions that detect leaks, but also help reduce emissions and strengthen safety compliance.

“They want consistent and reliable data they can use to help them achieve their overall safety goals.”

One of the featured products at the Expo is the Parasense Connected Platform, a cloud-based system for low-level leak detection, refrigerant tracking, and managing compliance.

Lopez highlighted the future of HVAC-R detection technologies: “It’s clear the future of detection technologies for HVAC-R applications lies in connected solutions and the ability to provide data that’s actionable and can have a positive impact on process safety,” he said.

MSA Safety’s detection portfolio: A closer look

The AHR Expo will give attendees the opportunity to explore the depth and strength of MSA Safety’s detection portfolio.

Key products include the MSA Chillgard 5000 Monitor and the Bacharach Multi-Zone Gas Monitor, both offering 24/7 remote leak monitoring and data analytics.

The MSA FieldServer Gateways enable real-time insights to improve products, processes, and production, while the MSA Grid, featuring the FieldVEU App, provides instant access to data and device functionality notifications.

IFSJ Comment

The introduction of MSA Safety’s new data-driven technologies at the AHR Expo marks a significant advancement in the HVAC-R industry.

These innovations reflect a growing trend towards integrating safety, efficiency, and environmental responsibility in industrial operations.

The focus on connected solutions indicates a shift from reactive to proactive safety management, leveraging the power of data analytics to preemptively address safety and environmental concerns.

This approach is not just beneficial for individual companies, but it also aligns with broader global efforts to enhance workplace safety standards and reduce environmental impacts.

As industries continue to evolve, the integration of advanced technology and data analytics will likely become a standard, driving improvements in safety compliance, operational efficiency, and environmental stewardship.

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