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A-Gas launches new CO2 analysis and testing service

A-Gas, working in partnership with Sainsbury’s, has introduced a new carbon dioxide (R744/CO2) analysis and testing service in a move to improve the monitoring of CO2 refrigeration system performance.

 A-Gas Managing Director John Ormerod said: “Natural refrigerants like CO2 are no different to traditional HFCs when it comes to quality. Ensuring CO2 supermarket systems operate within the strict boundaries of the correct moisture specification improves efficiency, reduces maintenance costs and saves money.

During conversations with Sainsbury’s refrigeration technical specialist earlier this year, Sainsbury’s requested A-Gas’ expertise to help deliver a solution that would enable the monitoring of the quality of CO2 in their refrigeration systems and thus ensure reliability is maintained.”

Following successful tests with Sainsbury’s, A-Gas has now extended this analysis service to the rest of the HVAC industry. A-Gas provide customers with a suitably-rated cylinder in which they can supply a liquid sample from the refrigeration system. This is returned to A-Gas where it is tested in their state of the art laboratory and a full quantitative assessment is made.

Sainsbury’s Head of Refrigeration John Skelton said: “This service enables Sainsbury’s to monitor that the quality of the refrigerant within our refrigeration systems is within the manufacturer’s specification ensuring the reliability and longevity of all components.”

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