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How leak detection will support the F-Gas phase down
The current F-Gas Legislation with its phase down steps is on target to cut CO2 equivalents (tCO2e) for HFCs placed on the market by at least 79% by 2030. The overall aim is to reduce and contain refrigerant emissions by taking every step to adopt responsible refrigeration. More needs to be done to keep up with the phase down steps and refrigerant leak detection has an important part to play in meeting this target.
The F-Gas transformation - So far so good but we’re not past the halfway point yet!
From January 1st 2022 it will no longer be allowed to use a refrigerant with a GWP of 150 or more in new equipment for storage, display or dispensing of products, for sale to end users, in retail and food services, where the equipment is either a hermetically sealed refrigerator or freezer or a multipack centralised refrigeration systems with a rated capacity of 40 kW or more.
The team at Climalife UK would like to wish all of their customers, friends and colleagues within the industry a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Deatils can be found here on our Christmas Opening Times.
Whilst heat transfer fluids (HTFs) might be one of the least expensive components of a system, they are critical to the way it functions. But when you decide on a heat transfer fluid for your system, the environmental credentials might not be the first thing you consider.
It’s Win Win for Climalife’s Peter Dinnage at two major awards events in 2021!
Not only was Peter awarded the prestigious Alan Moor Award back in March of this year at the ACR News Awards in recognition of his 34-years’ of contributions to the cooling industry, he won his second award of the year at the RAC Cooling Awards on 21 October; jointly taking the respected Fred Jamieson Award, acknowledging and appreciating his vast work and efforts across the industry since joining in 1987.
The equipment and controls available to help with UK 2050 Net Zero Emissions goals
By 2030 the current F-Gas Legislation effective in the UK requires the TCO2e of refrigerant being placed on the market to be reduced by 79% from the baseline figure. Sales and Marketing Coordinator, Georgie Hillier, looks at the equipment and controls available to support with the F-Gas phase down and the UK 2050 net zero emissions tatget.