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29.01.2018

HFO-123ZE ENERGY EFFICIENT CHILLER FOR A GERMAN LEADING MACHINERY MANUFACTURER

A leading German machinery manufacturer has replaced outdated HCFC-22 refrigeration units by two HFO-1234ze chillers of 600 kW refrigeration capacity each. T...

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28.01.2018

HFC-134A EFFICIENT CHILLERS FOR CRUISE SHIPS

Originally designed for navy ships, HFC-134a chillers will be installed on cruise liners. Two vessels 236 m long will be equipped with four HFC-134a chillers, t...

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27.01.2018

NEW HCFO REFRIGERANT FOR LOW PRESSURE CHILLERS

HCFO-1224ydZ, (Z)CF3-CF=CHCl, has been added by ASHRAE as low GWP and non flammable refrigerant. It has a boiling point of 14 C, a GWP < 1. See new EFCTC...

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PRESS RELEASES

20.02.2018

Leading EU associations call upon installers to stop using the high GWP refrigerants R-404A and R-507A

Brussels, 6 February 2018: Four leading associations in the heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration (HVACR) sector - EPEE, AREA, Asercom and EF...

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16.11.2017

EFCTC joins the Parties to celebrate 30 years of the Montreal Protocol

Thirty years ago governments met in Montreal and reached agreement on the Montreal Protocol, the world’s most successful environmental treaty. At that time, t...

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20.09.2017

Projet de taxe sur les fluides frigorigènes HFC : Les professionnels unanimement opposés à un impôt supplémentaire incohérent

Le gouvernement travaille à un projet de taxe sur les fluides HFC (fluides frigorigènes). Ce nouvel impôt serait inséré dans la loi de finances pour 2018....

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POSITION PAPERS

11.07.2017

Dichloromethane emissions and HFC 32 production

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18.10.2016

European HFC Producers welcome the agreement on an amendment under the Montreal Protocol in Kigali to control HFCs

The European Fluorocarbons Technical Committee (EFCTC) welcomes the agreement by the Parties to the Montreal Protocol to reach an amendment to the Montreal Prot...

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04.07.2016

European HFC Producers support action under the Montreal Protocol for a consumption cap and reduction of HFCs

The European Fluorocarbons Technical Committee (EFCTC) encourages Parties to the Montreal Protocol to move forward with a constructive dialogue to achieve an ag...

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