Since 1st January 2015 it is no longer legal to top up or replenish a system using R22 gas.
R22 replacement solutions are available that provide cost-effective and highly energy efficient upgrades for existing R22 systems.
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How does indoor air quality affect staff productivity?5th April 2017
Anyone who's ever been stuck in a sweltering hot, stuffy office space will tell you that nobody works at their best under such conditions... read more
What's so special about the new Mitsubishi AC Unit?12th March 2017
Mitsubishi Electric recently unveiled their new 4-way blow ceiling cassette for its Mr Slim range. This new model offers simpler installation... read more
Will Brexit bring an about-turn on F-Gas Regulations?26th January 2017
A while back, we wrote about the EU passing laws to reduce emissions from fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases), including... read more
Montreal Protocol Revision: What HFC alternatives are there?22nd November 2016
The Montreal Protocol was first ratified way back in 1987. Since then, there have been a number of revisions, all aimed at reducing the use of gases... read more
TM44 Inspection Legislation - Are you compliant?4th May 2016
According to TM44 inspection legislation laid down by the UK government, you must have your air conditioning system inspected every five years... read more
R404A Refrigerant Replacement9th March 2016
At the end of 2014, The EU introduced regulations on the use of fluorinated greenhouse gases, leading to the current phase out... read more
Launch of our New Website8th December 2015
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new website. Besides a new look we are also introducing some new features... read more
Daikin R32 Refrigerant Gas1st October 2015
Daikin has introduced a new refrigerant gas with low global warming potential (GWP)...read more
An Introduction to R3216th June 2015
As of 2015, it is illegal to use Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs), including the refrigerant gas R22,...read more
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