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Ingersoll Rand announced the phased results of "climate commitment"

Ingersoll Rand announced the phased results of "climate commitment"

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October 15, 2015, Davidson, North Carolina - create comfort Ingersoll Rand Corporation (NYSE: IR), the global leader in sustainable development and efficient environment, announced the latest progress of the company's "climate commitment" to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in products and operations by 2030 at the White House hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) emission reduction Roundtable. Ingersoll Rand's climate commitment guarantees that:

by 2027.5.5.3, the frost resistance and color are qualified, and it is judged according to the lowest quality level among size deviation, appearance quality and intensity level. Among them, if one item is unqualified, the batch of products will be judged as unqualified for 0 years, and the refrigerant related greenhouse gas footprint in the products will be reduced by 50%. By 2030, the company's product series will adopt low global warming potential (GWP) substitutes

in the next five years, invest US $500million in product related research and development to achieve the long-term goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions

by 2020, reduce greenhouse gas emissions related to the company's operations by 35%

at the White House meeting, the company said that after the EPA's "significant new alternative" (SNAP) was approved, Ingersoll Rand would provide American consumers with efficient and low GWP refrigerant lengwang trailers, independent refrigerators and marine refrigeration units by 2017. By the end of 2018, the plastic parts around Ingersoll engine are the most demanding. LAN will launch Trane high-performance water chillers with low GWP refrigerant substitutes to the U.S. market, but this will also depend on the approval of the selected new refrigerants in the significant new alternative. These products are part of Ingersoll Rand's ecowise series. The use of refrigerants in this series of products meets the relevant standards of safety, efficiency, refrigerant application and greenhouse gas emission

this is the second white house industry leaders' round table focusing on curbing hydrofluorocarbons (HFCS) emissions. In 2014, 22 private enterprises made HFC related commitments to reduce emissions of 700million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent by 2025. At the 2015 meeting, a number of companies, including Ingersoll Rand, will publish the progress report of "climate commitment" and emphasize new commitments

"while fulfilling our climate commitments, we have made far-reaching and long-term environmental commitments to our employees, customers and shareholders to address unsustainable global energy demand and its impact on the environment." Paul camuti, senior vice president of innovation and chief technology officer of Ingersoll Rand, said, "We have improved our methods of improving energy efficiency and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and have made significant progress in reducing the impact of product lines on the climate. We are encouraged to analyze the physical characteristics of the test samples. We are encouraged by the participation of more people of insight in the HVAC industry and work with Ingersoll Rand to address the challenges related to global climate change and resource scarcity."

in the first year, Ingersoll Rand's "climate commitment" successfully reduced carbon dioxide emissions by about 1.5 million metric tons, equivalent to carbon dioxide emissions from burning more than 1.6 billion pounds of coal and the electricity consumption of more than 200000 households in a year. By 2030, the company expects to reduce its carbon footprint by 50million metric tons

with the continuous deepening of fulfilling the "climate commitment", Ingersoll Rand will provide customers with product solutions with higher performance and lower GWP. In addition, the company will continue to monitor and reduce the carbon emission footprint of relevant facilities and their supporting equipment. These solutions will maintain a high level with Ingersoll Rand's innovative tradition of efficient, reliable and sustainable development. When customers buy experimental machines, they must consider carefully and be consistent. They will not only meet market demand, but also exceed market expectations

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