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HRP and BOC sign new refrigerant agreement  

Long-term agreement for HRP to distribute BOC gases will provide ‘most comprehensive service of advice, supply, recovery and reprocessing available to the UK industry,’ wholesaler claims

HRP’s deal to distribute BOC gases will provide the ‘most comprehensive service of advice, supply, recovery and reprocessing available to the UK industry,’ the wholesaler claims.

According to HRP Managing Director, Mandy Pilgrim: “Refrigerants have become an increasing complex area, with regulations on handling, use and disposal.  Our aim has been to provide contractors with a service which helps them to meet all their obligations.”

HRP cylinders for regularly-used gases are barcoded to allow easy tracking throughout their life. Contractors can log into HRP’s system to view the status of cylinders booked out to them and use the system to track cylinders within their own businesses.  The company also assists with recovery of refrigerant, reprocessing where feasible and disposal to legal requirements.

HRP says supply is assured through delivery or collection from the wholesaler’s 15 Service Centres, with strategic support stock is held at four HRP hubs and by BOC to ensure volume availability. 

The two companies are now actively pursuing plans to widen distribution options to bring greater convenience to the market.

Ruth Leland, Sales & Marketing Manager for BOC refrigerants said: “We are delighted to renew this agreement with HRP.  Over twelve years we have refined and developed a depth of service that meets the changing needs of the industry.”

Training in F-Gas and Hydrocarbon handling is provided at HRP’s Technical Centre at Slough and through itsService Centres around the UK.  A wide range of industry related courses cover refrigeration, air conditioning, heat pumps and other environmental technologies.

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