Call from Liberal MP Lutz Knopek referencing ‘intentional infringement’ by carmaker proves that MAC Directive argument is not purely about protecting national interests
A recent report has stated that the global refrigerant market is to reach £10.4 Billion by 2018.
AIRAH, the Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating, has released its Flammable Refrigerants Safety Guide.
R32 refrigerant could be used in Daikin air conditioners in the UK within two years following the planned adoption of the A2L flammability class, and subsequent education and installation testing with the supply chain.
US president Barack Obama and Chinese president Xi Jinping have formally agreed to work together and with other countries to reduce the consumption and use of HFCs.
The refrigeration industry is working overtime to convince MEPs to row back on the targets set by the European ENVI committee last week
European Parliament’s ENVI Committee has decided by 48 votes to 19 to strengthen the EU’s F-Gas Regulation from 2020, including a lower final level of 16 per cent. Refrigeration body reacts with alarm
Car engineering research group SAE International has reported the conclusions of its extensive analysis of HFO 1234yf, calling the refrigerant “safe and effective to use in automotive applications” - free to view, simply register
RAC’s popular New Refrigerants Question Time returns to discuss air conditioning and refrigeration issues for the ‘transition gases’, as well as HFOs - and includes the very latest on the carmakers and refrigerants.
Refrigerant change saves 500 euros a month for Condis store