Our 2014 Logbook will be completely redesigned, adding new functionalities and updated with all the new blends.
In order to fit your specific needs, EFCTC is conducting a survey and invite log-book users to respond to some questions.
The log-book to download (*) has been designed for operators of equipment containing F-Gases, in order to comply with Art. 6 of the 2014 F-Gas Regulation requirements on record keeping. This Excel file had already been redesigned in the past, supplemented with user-friendly menus containing:
– the list of equipment mentioned in the new Regulation (Art 4.2)
– data for more than 60 refrigerants and blends
– a GWP calculator for blends.
* The logbook is provided free of charge, but applicants must register prior to download.Up to now it has been downloaded 755 times.
Welcome to www.fluorocarbons.org our new website, where you will find all relevant fluorocarbon information easily.
We offer a “Learn About” section which includes :
“Climate change, Global warming, & HFCs”
“Environment and Breakdown Products”
“The Ozone Layer and Ozone Depleting”
“Safety, Proper and Use of Fluorocarbons”.
The site also provides summary information as infographics, a revised Log-book to comply with the F-Gas Regulation 517/2014, a new
Figaroo – F-Gas Regulation Observatory On-line section following the entry in this F-Gas Regulation, among others.
New document added: Refrigerants designated by ASHRAE 2017
Page : Designation And Safety Classification Of Refrigerants
New blends have been added
EFCTC PRESENTS A NEW VIDEO : “Refrigerant Gases Explained”
The video explains the use as refrigerant gas of CFCs, HCFCs, HFCs, which have been widely used in refrigeration and now HFOs are joining HFCs as the fluorocarbon gases of choice for a wide range of applications.
ANOTHER BROCK & OLLIE VIDEO
“The F-Gas Regulation and the Kigali Amendment ”
This new Brock & Ollie video explains the Kigali Amendment and how it relates to the F-Gas Regulation : The Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol requires countries to gradually reduce HFC use to reach a reduction of 80-85 per cent by the late 2040s. It is a good regulation that shows that industry is at the forefront of protecting the climate whilst providing important benefits to society like refrigeration, air-conditioning, foam and insulation.
SEE ALL BROCK & OLLIE VIDEOS here.