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FETA launch their introduction to A2L refrigerants

FETA have published a guide to A2L refrigerants and their use in Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heat Pump applications.

A2L refrigerant guide from FETA
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R1234yf: the new car air conditioning refrigerant

From January 2017 all new cars must use a refrigerant with a GWP below 150, in line with EU MAC Directive. R-1234yf low GWP refrigerant offers the ideal solution.

R1234yf car air conditioning
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Take action on R-404A now!

"Take action on R-404A now!" was the underlying message at Climalife's two recent customer events held in March.

Cooling professionals from across the UK came together at the impressive Celtic Manor Resort in Newport and Oulton Hall in Leeds for an informative set of presentations from speakers...

F-Gases 32%  reduction
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New Climalife catalogue

The new Climalife catalogue is available online now...

New climalife catalogue
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Happy New Year!

The Climalife team would like to wish all their customers, colleagues and business partners a very happy new year!

Happy New Year!
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The F-Gas Challenge - Winner & Answers revealed!

Having seen over 300 visits to our F-Gas Challenge quiz, we are now pleased to announce that we have our winner.

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Chemours announce New Low GWP refrigerants

Chemours has announced the availability of its new range of low GWP HFO-based “mildly flammable” refrigerants.

The new Opteon™ XL  Series currently comprises five refrigerants; Opteon™ XL10 (R-1234yf), which can replace R-134a, Opteon™XL20 (R454C) and Opteon™XL40 (R-454A) both potential alternatives  to replace R-404A and R-507. Whilst Opteon™XL41 (R-454B) and Opteon™XL55 (R-452B) are two new blends to replace R410A. All are classified  by Ashrae as  A2L “mildly flammable” refrigerants.

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