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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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Honeywell announce New Low GWP refrigerant

Honeywell has announced the availability of Solstice® L40X (R455A), a refrigerant suitable for medium- and low-temperature standalone applications such as hermetically sealed systems in refrigerated plug-in type-cabinets. Solstice® L40X provides up to 3 percent higher capacity and up to 6 percent better efficiency at low temperature than the current, widely used refrigerant R-404A.

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Chillventa 2016 is underway

Chillventa opened its doors this morning with lots of visitors from across the world visiting the Climalife stand (516 in hall 7).

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Climalife will be at Chillventa 2016, will you?

Climalife are pleased to be exhibiting at this year's Chillventa, 11-13th October 2016, on Stand 7-516 in Hall 7. 

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2018 F-Gas Challenge Infographic

What does F-Gas mean for the refrigerant market over the next two years?

 

Find out more with our simple 2018 F-Gas Challenge Infographic.

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The move from R-404A made easy

As the F-Gas phasedown of HFCs takes hold, R-404A will be one of the first high GWP refrigerants to be affected.

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