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Tag : Global Warming Potential (GWP) refrigerants

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  • flammable online

    Industry guidance focuses on flammability challenge of low-GWP gas push

    News19 November, 2018

    The increasing importance of flammable refrigerants to a cooling industry under pressure to meet the requirements of EU F-Gas regulation, as well as fears about ensuring the appropriate and legal use of such products, are among the key themes of a new joint industry guide.

  • f gas canisters

    AREA survey finds widespread awareness of illegal refrigerant trading

    News13 November, 2018

    A new survey of members of the European contractors’ association AREA has revealed that a majority of respondents are aware of the illegal trade of refrigerant that infringes regulations intended to curb use of higher GWP products.

  • kevin glass online

    New IOR president sets sights on complex technical and Brexit challenges

    News8 November, 2018

    Kevin Glass has formally taken up the presidency of the Institute of Refrigeration (IOR) and set out his aims for a cooling industry that faces complex technical, policy and skills challenges resulting in part from the UK’s low carbon ambitions and a lack of certainty over the Brexit process.

  • mexichem launches r407 h

    Mexichem partners with Daikin for 407H refrigerant launch

    News20 November, 2017

    Mexichem has launched a lower GWP refrigerant called Klea 407H that it will market as an alternative to R404A and R507 when used in medium and low temperature applications

  • gavel

    US Appeal Court HFC ruling suspended to consider case review

    News27 September, 2017

    A US Federal Appeals Court decision to overturn an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ruling branding HFC use for refrigeration as ‘unacceptable’ will be temporarily suspended until judges choose whether to hear formal petitions against the case.

  • uscourt

    AHRI expects formal challenge to US Appeals Court HFC ruling

    News22 September, 2017

    The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) expects a formal request to be made to the US Federal Appeals Court to review its decision last month to reverse an Environmental Protection Agency ruling branding HFC use as ‘unacceptable’.

  • centro studi galileo china

    China seeks international flammable refrigerants expertise

    News2 August, 2017

    Training body Centro Studi Galileo (CSG) has expanded the global reach of a specialised assessment process designed to aid nations with the safe handling of alternative and eco-friendly refrigerants as part of wider attempts to move away from HFC use.