Is it time for you to make the move to R32?
You might think R32 Refrigerant is new to the air conditioning world, but it has actually existed for many years and is already widely used in Japan, Australia and India. Many UK businesses have already set up initiatives to replace all their air conditioning equipment to systems charged with R32. Manufacturers of R32 systems suggest that national retailers and leisure chains are leading the way in the move to the more economical, more affordably maintained and lower GWP R32 charged air conditioning equipment.
Purpose of the Guide
The purpose of this eBook is to provide Facilities, Building, Estate and Project Managers with a guide to the legislation and the pros and cons around changing air conditioning systems to those charged with R32 refrigerant.
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When it comes to refrigerant choice, R32 is certainly the most talked about. With the continuing rising cost of R407C and R410A, maintaining existing equipment is becoming increasingly more expensive for systems that are no longer considered up to date. It is little wonder that our clients are requesting our advice in what air conditioning system suits them now and for the foreseeable future.
With this is in mind we decided to share some of our knowledge and experience with our customers in the form of this eBook. We will cover:
- Current legislation with regard to HFC gases (Hydro-Fluoro-Carbon)
- The differences in refrigerant available
- The pros and cons of R32
- What the future may hold for HVAC systems
- Pointers with regard to Project Planning and Service Provider Selection
- Answer some Frequently Asked Questions
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