Tag : F-Gas
AREA is among four major HVAC bodies calling on the European cooling industry to immediately stop installing R404A and R507A systems in order to meet stricter HFC quota restrictions that came into effect this year.
RAC has partnered with refrigerant specialist Chemours to produce a comprehensive digital report tackling the challenges surrounding the ongoing F-Gas legislation – its bans, its quotas and the market factors surrounding it – and pointing readers towards potential solutions.
Refcom has launched updated software to help contractors track refrigerant usage in line with the changing requirements of F-Gas regulations.
The British Refrigeration Association (BRA) has published its second major report on the challenges facing the UK cooling sector to shift to lower GWP refrigerants in order to meet EU F-Gas regulations.
’Oil-free, lubrication-free’ chiller range features magnetic bearings and R1233zd refrigerant
January’s RAC Magazine brings together influential stakeholders from across the industrial supply chain for a roundtable debate that has identified enormous challenges ahead, including broad industry consensus on the need for effective guidance.
Ensuring awareness of alternative refrigerants in the cooling supply chain has been identified among key challenges that Daikin UK faces in pushing R32 onto a gas market that is expected to face intensified demand pressures over the next few years as a result of EU F-Gas Regulation.
Refcom has urged the UK government to continue to comply with the EU’s F-Gas regulations as closely as possible following the conclusion of the Brexit process.
The Federation of Environmental Trade Associations (FETA) has defended the pace of efforts by the UK cooling industry to move to lower GWP refrigerants during an investigation by parliament’s Environmental Audit Committee into HFC use.
Parliament’s Environmental Audit Committee has highlighted concerns about a “lack of consensus” over the impact Brexit may have on existing European and global commitments to curb F-Gas emissions in the UK.