As the HVAC industry continues to evolve, there are several changes that will take place in 2023. The minimum SEER rating for HVAC equipment will increase, and the commercial HVAC market will have no regional standards. With these changes on the horizon, it is important for the HVAC industry to educate its customers and potential customers. Henry Ernst, manager of industry regulations and organizations from Daikin Applied, states that DOE compliance is based on the shipping date. As the industry transitions to next-generation refrigerants, long-term planning and replacement of legacy units become necessary.
The HVAC industry must be prepared for these changes and ensure that customers are aware of them. It is important to stay up-to-date on the latest regulations and standards in order to remain compliant. Additionally, it is essential to have a plan in place for replacing legacy units and transitioning to next-generation refrigerants. The HVAC industry is constantly changing, and 2023 will bring new regulations and standards.
It is important for the industry to stay informed and educated on these changes in order to remain compliant and provide customers with the best service possible.