Tag : F-Gas
FSW has announced a series of one-day training courses for later this year focused around safely handling its new range of packaged condensing units that make use of CO2.
A decision by Channel Tunnel management to implement new technology that makes use of HFO products to cool the structure is said to have reduced energy usage by 4.8 GWh over the course of 2017 when compared to its previous solution.
Chemours has signed an agreement with Arkema to distribute XP40 (R449A) refrigerant in the EU with an eye to meet demand for lower GWP products.
Marco Buoni has been elected as the president of the European contractors’ association AREA as part of the latest range of changes to the organisation.
Refcom has welcomed recent findings from parliament’s Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) that are critical of the country’s progress in reducing greenhouse gas emissions from fucntions such as cooling.
Distributor FSW has announced that all 24 of its branches in the UK have been classified as ‘Refcom Approved Digital Scales Calibration Check Centres’.
Parliament’s Environmental Audit Committee has called on the government to provide extended resources for the monitoring of the illegal sale, use and handling of F-Gas to help ensure continued adherence to key European environmental regulation
A significant number of regulatory compliance challenges linked to the trade of specialist goods such as cooling equipment and other related components will need to be addressed as a result of the UK government’s intention to leave the European Customs Union.
The third F-Gas Consultation Forum concluded this week with all EU member states reiterating a commitment to current quota reductions for higher GWP gas, despite some industry pressure to consider exceptions.
March’s RAC Magazine includes a focus on how EU regulation, or a potential lack of it in some cases, may impact the cooling industry on the back of debate over the UK’s place in the European customs union.