Tag : refrigerant
Climalife has announced a new safety campaign for refrigeration engineers outlining basic handling tips during their work.
Preventing the use of illegal refrigerant and its potential implications for safety and operational performance are the focus of a new report from several key European cooling associations.
Next year’s Rankine 2020 Conference is expected to be the first international event that will consider the combined disciplines of Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) and Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps (RACHP).
Authorities in the US should consider following California’s lead in tackling emissions of Ozone Depleting Substances (ODSs) and HFCs to ensure national climate change commitments can be met, according to a new report.
The Institute of Refrigeration (IOR) has entered into a memorandum of understanding with the Pakistan HVACR Society (PHVACR) that could lead to future collaboration work focused on expanded sharing of knowledge and expertise.
In October’s RAC Magazine, we look at calls from across the global refrigeration industry for government regulators to help tackle the availability of potentially unsafe refrigerant.
London is one of 19 cities to formally have committed to go “net-zero carbon” by 2050, reflecting a a wider focus in the capital to rethink infrastructure and building design.nt
The EU-funded ‘REAL Alternatives 4 LIFE’ project, which promotes the use of lower GWP refrigerants such as ammonia, carbon dioxide and low flammables, has published updated guidance on its website around assessing health and safety risks from switching products.
Refrigeration registration body Refcom is investigating claims that some refrigerant wholesalers are rationing R410A to contractors, while still holding large supplies of the higher GWP refrigerant R404A.
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