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  • Koura strikes Carrier supplier deal

    USA: Refrigerant manufacturer and supplier Koura Fluorochemicals has joined the Carrier Alliance programme, the air conditioning and refrigeration equipment manufacturer’s strategic long-term supplier agreement. The deal means Koura, previously […]

  • Refrigeration Without Refrigerant

    We just wrote about rejecting heat to the atmosphere via radiant cooling. That’s one example of cooling without refrigerants, but there are quite a few others out there.  In this article, we’ll look at some other cooling methods that don’t […]

  • Brexit could drive out rogue installers

    UK: Brexit has created a real opportunity to deal with rogue air conditioning and refrigeration operatives who continue to blight the industry, according to the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA). While the UK will continue to mirror […]

  • Time for a Cool Website Change?

    ProDIY · Sponsored — Building an attractive, mobile-friendly HVAC services website just got a whole lot easier with the ProDIY website builder. The package includes online scheduling, marketing tools and hundreds of high quality graphics to place your […]

  • Honeywell And Daikin Team Up For Adoption Of Solstice® L40X (R-455A) Refrigerant In Europe

    Honeywell and Daikin Chemical Europe announced an agreement to distribute Honeywell’s Solstice L40X (R-455A) lower-global-warming potential (LGWP) refrigerant to comply with stringent EU regulations for environmentally preferable refrigerants. […]

  • Mitsubishi offers VRF-based data centre cooling

    UK: Mitsubishi Electric has launched a new range of VRF-based, close-coupled, inverter-driven precision air conditioning models, designed specifically for business-critical IT environments.  The new Multi Density system is said to be ideal for […]

  • Carbon Dioxide Levels In Buildings Correlate With Airborne COVID-19 Spread

    The amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) in a poorly ventilated indoor space depends on the number of people who exhale their breath in that space. And aerosol virus contained in exhaled breath is a common way that COVID-19 germs are spread. Therefore, […]

  • Truck AC explodes due to uncertified hydrocarbon refrigerant

    AUSTRALIA: A hydrocarbon refrigerant in the air conditioning system of a truck is thought to be the cause of an explosion which caused serious burns to the driver. The post Truck AC explodes due to uncertified hydrocarbon refrigerant appeared first […]

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    The yearly ASERCOM Convention focuses on the digital dialogue: On January 29, 2021 at 9.30 CET the digital conference starts at www.asercom-events.com. The revision of the F-GAS Regulation and the certification of condensing units according to […]

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