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February’s edition of RAC Magazine takes a look at the early impacts from the introduction of the first F-Gas service ban on equipment designed for higher GWP products, including use of R404A at certain levels. The ban came into effect early last month.
The latest digital edition of RAC Magazine takes a detailed look at the broad range of approaches and technologies that have been selected to compete for the Global Cooling Prize.
RAC’s Cooling Business of the Year award is unique in that it seeks to recognise firms as businesses, looking at how they develop their staff; their work in the community; their efforts at compliance and raising standards; alongside innovation, project and customer service.
The August edition of RAC Magazine considers how the cooling sector is facing up to these pressures by looking at new approaches to technology, controls and data-led systems that are coming to market.
September’s RAC Magazine includes a look at parliamentary and industry concerns that have been raised over the challenges in tackling overheating within the nation’s buildings as government faces calls to amend Building Regulations accordingly.
Chemours’s Janet Ludert describes how lower flammabality A2L refrigerants fits into the short-term and longer-term cooling landscape during the latest RAC Magazine webinar held earlier this week
Free-to-attend event in London on May 17 will look at practicalities of adapting to changing refrigerant market in light of F-Gas regulation
This month’s finds AC contractors starting to feel the consequences of significant cuts in refrigerant quota that came into effect earlier this year under EU F-Gas regulation.
Questions remain over how many large AC manufacturers will commit to provide and support the product as an alternative to the increasingly costly R404A and R410A, despite respondents finding education programmes on adopting A2Ls were assuaging potential safety concerns.
The November issue of RAC Magazine considers the impacts of the Grenfell Tower fire earlier this year on the ability of contractors to acquire public liability insurance.