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BRA guide to flammable refrigerants released

The BRA has released its Guide to Flammable Refrigerants guide aimed at offering impartial information about the flammability issues associated with these refrigerants

It is aimed at end users, specifiers, building owners, manufacturers and contractors and designed to provide an introduction to the refrigerants, and signposts where more detailed information can be obtained if necessary.

Prepared by Cool Concerns, it addresses the increase in the application of flammable refrigerants such as hydrocarbons, HFOs and flammable HFCs, however Ammonia (R717) has not been included, though a reference to where information can be acquired is contained.

The Guide will also shortly be available on the FETA website and is supported by the HEVAC Air Conditioning Group and the Heat Pump Association.

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