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Friday, July 28 • 8:00am - 11:00am
Tomorrow is Now: What You Can Expect When Servicing R-1234yf Systems
Five years after the introduction of R-1234yf to the U.S. market, the new refrigerant can be found in models from every manufacturer. The switch from R-134a has progressed rapidly and as vehicles leave warranty, they are now coming to your shop. This program will discuss the fluid (R-1234yf), servicing challenges, as well as the training, equipment and resources you need to tackle the future of mobile air conditioning.

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Speakers
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Peter Coll

Vice President & Managing Director of Refrigerant Analysis, Neutronics
Peter Coll Peter has been with Neutronics Inc. for 19 years serving in several divisions with the past 15 being refrigerant related. Currently, he is the Vice President & Managing Director of Neutronics Refrigerant Analysis where his responsibilities include financial P&L, accoun... Read More →
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Mary Koban

Global Technical Product Manager, Chemours
Mary Koban is the Global Opteon® YF Mobile AC Technical lead for Chemours Fluoroproducts. She has a B.S. in physics and mathematics from the Pennsylvania State University. Working in the chemical industry for over 20 years, Ms. Koban has been focusing exclusively on all aspe... Read More →

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Chemours

We are a world leader in titanium technologies, fluoroproducts, and chemical solutions. We are focused on our differentiated portfolio of premium products positioned to help our customers respond to developed and developing market needs. We are a new company with over 200 years of history, created from... Read More →
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Neutronics

Neutronics Inc. was formed in 1976 with a focus on the measurement and control of oxygen and other gases for safety, environmental, and general industrial applications. In 1978, a large chemical company, after experiencing more than a decade of numerous flash fires, selected Neutronics to provide a new, state-of-the-art, oxygen-based inert gas control system to address this serious problem. The Neutronics Inert gas Control System (ICS) is now the recognized industry standard, with over 10,000 installations worldwide at many Fortune 500 companies. In 1991, Neutronics grew through acquisitions to include an Automotive division (refrigerant analysis equipment) and Biomarine Inc. (closed-circuit, self-contained breathing apparatus). During this period the original oxygen analysis product line of Neutronics was branded as... Read More →



Friday July 28, 2017 8:00am - 11:00am
McCormick Place - West Building 2301 S. King Drive • Chicago, Illinois 60616