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  • R32

    R32 Refrigerant Air conditioners transfer heat while circulating refrigerant between the indoor and outdoor units. The refrigeration and air conditioning industry has made tremendous progress over the past two decades in reducing the use of ozone depleting refrigerants. The original targets of the Montreal Protocol, established in 1987 to reduce emissions of ozone depleting substances […]

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  • TR19 Guidelines – Good Practice Internal Cleanliness of Ventilation Systems

    The internal cleanliness of ventilation systems is vital for human comfort and health, energy consumption, system service life and for the cleanliness of processes carried out in ventilated areas. The Building & Engineering Services Association (B&ES) have updated the TR/19 report which has been widely accepted within the building engineering services sector and by the […]

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  • The F Gas Regulation (EC) 517/2014

    The F Gas Regulation Recently revised on January 1st 2015, regulation (EC) No.517/2014, of which is commonly referred to as the F Gas Regulation, is designed to regulate and control the use and emissions of Fluorinated Greenhouse gases, more specifically HFC’s (Hydro Fluorocarbons) and other blended variants. It is important to understand your legal responsibilities […]

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  • R22 refrigerant’s days are numbered

    Things you need to know This update is about the current phase out of R22 refrigerant gas and the potential impact that it could have on your business. The main points R22 is a chlorinated gas, and in engineering terms, was virtually the perfect refrigerant It’s non-toxic and could operate efficiently at low pressure And […]

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  • Ozone Depleting Substances

    Why the European Ozone Depleting Substances Regulation could be important to you – air conditioning and refrigeration Things you need to know If you own, rent or look after any business buildings, you’ll need an overview of the European Ozone Depleting Substances Regulations. It could affect your business, especially if you’re using older air conditioning […]

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  • Enhanced Capital Allowance

    Do you want to pay less tax? Things you need to know We’ve been working on some projects that have helped our customers pay less tax. And we thought you might like to know about them, just in case you can make savings too. The main points We’ve been working on projects that qualify for […]

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  • Building Log Books

    How the building regulations part L2 air conditioning maintenance duties can affect you and your business Things you need to know Building regulation rules mean that Building Log Books must run as close to the manufactures’ specifications as possible For air conditioning, this means you MUST make sure that it’s fully charged with refrigerant and […]

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