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Energy Efficiency and Low GWP… as easy as 123 webinar
On 3rd June, from 10am - 11am, Climalife (IDS Refrigeration) will hold the latest in a series of webinars. The latest webinar is being held for cooling installers, engineers and technicians based in the UK, in partnership with Refrigerant producer: Chemours, and Equipment Manufacturer: Emerson Commercial and Residential Solutions.
Speakers from Climalife UK, Chemours and Emerson have come together to present a collaborative and three-way perspective on the move towards using lower GWP refrigerant products and how this in turn can bring about greater energy efficient benefits.
LONGEVITY AND DURABILITY OF FRIOGEL® NEO IS A WINNER, IN AMMONIA CHILLER AT FOOD PRODUCTION SITE...
A recent study by Greencold Ltd and Climalife, showed that the Friogel® Neo heat transfer fluid, supplied by Climalife has not deteriorated over the eight years that it has been in the system at Rea Valley Foods.
Then this webinar is for you! Organised by Climalife in partnership with Honeywell and Tecumseh, some of the experts in the industry will present the components and equipment approved for these A2L refrigerants and will go into more detail about their simple application by covering questions on flammability, charge calculation, glide, etc. through detailed case studies carried out in the field.
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We are five years into a 15 year phase down of HFCs that started in 2015. By 2030 the current F-Gas Legislation requires the market to have reduced the CO2 equivalent tonnes being placed on the market by 79%. To meet the phase down timetable the move to even lower GWP needs to quicken and will require the use of A2L refrigerants in greater quantities.
Technical Director, Peter Dinnage looks at where we are with the uptake of A2L refrigerants...
With the introduction of F-Gas II and the quota system, players in the refrigeration and air conditioning industry should not delay the integration of new fluids into their development plans.
For facility owners, one of the solutions to regulatory pressure can be the installation of new equipment operating with a very low GWP fluid. Therefore, CO2 (R-744); one of the oldest refrigerants, has « come back to the fore » and is increasing its market share.