Check out the following online tools and sites for additional information on Emerson Climate products and services:
CO2 Information Tool
This tool helps you quickly identify every component needed for your application; everything you need to investigate your CO2 system is available here.
Emerson Climate Technologies Introduces Climate Conversations
New blog will serve as two-way conduit to share information and discuss issues and events shaping industry and the environment.
Environmental responsibility stands at the forefront of today’s global corporate agenda. Learn how Emerson addresses its responsibility towards the protection of the environment through product materials compliance.
FAQ/Knowledgebase helps answer many frequently asked questions about products from Emerson Climate Technologies. You may also find in the knowledge base helpful articles, product specifications, document references, troubleshooting pointers and even possible purchase locations or warranty information.
The LCCP calculator is a web-based tool that allows users to compare different supermarket system architectures with various refrigerants. It calculates annual power, total annual CO2 emissions and peak power, and is also able to provide recommendations to users.
Material Safety Data Sheets
Online Product information helps you find performance, electrical and mechanical data for Copeland™ compressors. (LOGIN REQUIRED for more technical details).
The Product Selection Tool - Flow Controls (TXV Selector Tool) allows users to enter their HVACR system characteristics such as refrigerant type, temperatures, pressure drop and capacity, and then selects the best Emerson thermal expansion valves for the application. It includes product images, links to the catalog pages, contact information and link to live chat.
Warranty Information is only a click away.
Stay up-to-date on the latest industry insights and HVACR topics anytime, anywhere.
White-Rodgers Cross Reference
Quickly locate information on a product or obtain a replacement suggestion for White-Rodgers or competitive, active or obsolete model numbers.
1F88 and 1F85RF Thermostat Recall