AQMD Rule 1415 Recordkeeping Form

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It’s important to stay in compliance with federal regulations regarding greenhouse gas emissions from refrigeration systems.

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Type: Records
Language: English
Country: United States of America

The AQMD Rule 1415 Recordkeeping Form app can be used to report all refrigerant leakage repairs.

Due to the environmental problems that refrigerant gas can cause, it’s important for refrigerant management to maintain a systematic leak inspection schedule of all cooling systems including air conditioners and refrigerators. Maintenance of a refrigerant compressor and the condensing unit will not only make an appliance run more efficiently, but it will also avert environmental damage.

When an ozone-depleting gas in a refrigerant leak is detected, a certified technician, contractor, or facility worker can use this app to document the leak. This report will include a testing method, name, and address of the technician performing the work, important dates, permits, refrigerant recovered, and additional refrigerant. Users can also make notes about other equipment and issues that arise, so contractors and technicians can fix breakdowns in a timely manner.

Streamline your agency repair procedures with the help of this app! It can also perform calculations and capture images to enhance your reporting.

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