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28.09.2019

HFO-1234yf HEAT PUMP FOR ELECTRIC CARS EXTENDS RANGE BY UP TO 20%

Almost 100% of new passenger cars sold in the EU use HFO-1234yf as refrigerant to provide air-conditioning. For electric vehicles, there is no combustion engine...

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27.09.2019

Illegal Imports table of confiscated products

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27.09.2019

TRANSPORT REFRIGERATION RECENT DEVELOPMENTS TO REDUCE EMISSIONS AND ENERGY CONSUMPTION

Transport refrigeration in the EU has already implemented measures to reduce refrigerant emissions, through the use of R-513A and R-452A as lower GWP replacemen...

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26.09.2019

IN BRIEF 2019 OZONE HOLE

Chemical reactions in the stratosphere involving chlorine and bromine from ozone depleting substances cause ozone in the southern polar region to be destroyed....

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04.09.2019

ILLEGAL TRADE ROUND-UP September 2019

The efforts by industry groups, compliance officials and NGOs are ensuring the scale and urgency of illegal trade in HFCs is now widely recognised and there is...

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01.09.2019

R-410A STILL HAS AN IMPORTANT ROLE TO PLAY DURING HFC PHASE-DOWN

While R-32 is replacing R-410A in a range of air-conditioning and heat pump applications, R-410A still has an important role to play during the F-Gas phase-down...

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28.08.2019

RECLAIMED R-410A USED IN NEW AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEMS

Equipment manufacturer saves, in one year, 154 tonnes of R-410A by using recovered R-410A from operating installations, reclaiming it to the same quality as vir...

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27.08.2019

IN BRIEF: DIRECT AND INDIRECT GWPS FOR VERY LOW GWP SUBSTANCES

In simple terms, direct GWPs are the warming effect of emitting 1 kg of a substance compared to 1 kg of CO2 over a specific time period usually 100 years. Subst...

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26.08.2019

NEW ON FLUOROCARBONS.ORG – USEFUL LINKS SEPTEMBER 2018

New resources and information about TFA: The new ‘LEARN ABOUT TFA For a wide range of information about Trifluoroacetic acid/acetate as a breakdown product of...

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