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Comprehensive F-Gas Regulation guide available for cooling industry

A comprehensive guidance for related to the new EU F-Gas regulation, produced by Gluckman Consulting and Jacobs on behalf of Defra, is now online and available to view.

30 information sheets are available for viewing and download, as listed below - Information Sheet 30 includes an index of available guidance and a glossary of terms.

Information for End User Sectors

Refrigeration, air-conditioning and heat pumps

Information for contractors, manufacturers and importers

Information on Training and Certification

Other Important Information

If you would like further information about the F-Gas regulation or would like to comment on any of the Information Sheets, please Contact Us

Readers' comments (1)

  • there is still no teeth in new regulations for DIY air conditioning.
    why can someone still go to a motor DIY shop and purchase a can of refrigerant and use on his vehicle with NO Knowledge of AC, NO qualifications,NO F-Gas handling purely because DEFRA says it isnt covered because there is NO recovery taking place.
    and why is it still possible for people to get F-Gas qualifications and City & Guilds without actually doing anything other than a few questions during an AC Demo ???
    i have complained and given instances to both DEFRA and City & Guilds.
    those supporting the regulations are not being helped and they are not policing complaints

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