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Exclusive content in RAC December: subscribe now to view!

The December issue of RAC magazine features eight pages of exclusive must-read 'subscriber only' content, including the unique RAC AC Question Time forum.

As if the regular edition of RAC magazine wasn’t enough, with all its unique news, features and interviews, we’ve now gone a step further for all subscribers.

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The December issue of RAC magazine comes with 8 pages of exclusive content for paid-for subsribers only, including RAC’s ground-breaking Air-conditioning Roundtable event, and the findings from the ICE-E cold storage program.

Add to this a further 14 pages of exclusive content and you have the leading industry magazine that it's rivals just can't match.

Also in the December

Industry calls F-Gas review ‘comlicated and unnecessary

Car makers on collision course over refrigerant choice

The BRA’s Guide to Flammible Refrigerants explained

Atmoshere coference highlights rapid change in refrigerant choice

BSRIA briefing pushes ‘intelligent’ building energy management

Adande gives insight into open display case that rivals doored version in energy stakes, and much, much more…

RAC December is out next week, make sure you stay ahead of the game!

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So if you want to stay ahead of the game, sign up to the most authoritative cooling industry magazine now - and receive a 15 per cent on current subscription prices!

Visit www.subscription.co.uk/rac/aug2

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