From 1 Jan 2010 it became illegal to use virgin hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) such as R-22 (which has been the most commonly used refrigerant) when servicing and maintaining air conditioning equipment.
Until the 31 December 2014 temporary use of recycled/recovered R-22 is possible but availability could be limited and costs high. From 1 January 2015 sales or use of recycled/recovered R-22 will be prohibited.
Ander-Teknix have the solution
We will help you develop a corporate strategy to ensure compliance with the new legislation. Simply call us now and we will audit your equipment and advise on the options which include replacement, refit or retrofit. A new air conditioning system may represent the best long term investment - in which case we will calculate likely energy savings, CO2 reductions and the payback period. We will project manage the transition to ensure the smooth integration of new systems and the safe disposal of the R-22 refrigerant.
For more information, click here to download our R-22 Replacement leaflet.
Full M&E consultancy and implementation project consolidating two sites into one factory and office location.