Chillventa – the exhibition for energy efficiency, heat pumps and refrigeration
Innovation & trends from the energy efficiency – heat pumps – refrigeration sector in Nuremberg from 13 - 15 October 2020
Whether compressors, heat exchangers, fans or systems, the industry, wholesale trade, professional associations and research meet at Chillventa to discuss the most important questions on refrigeration, ac & ventilation and heat pumps.
Be there and meet the experts at this leading exhibition: Chillventa – the exhibition for the energy efficiency – heat pumps – refrigeration sector starts on 13th October 2020 in Nuremberg.
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Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA) has issued warnings of new F-gas rules that will ban virgin high GWP refrigerants, like R404A, in systems of 40 tonnes CO2e or more from 1 January 2020. Under the European F-gas phase down timetable, virgin HFC refrigerant with a GWP greater than 2500 will be banned from being used to service or refill refrigeration or freezer systems, with a refrigerant charge size of 40 tonnes of CO2e or more. This equates to around 10.2kg of R404A, a common refrigerant in medium sized systems. Smaller and hermetically sealed systems should be unaffected by this ban. In addition to the commonly used R404A, the ban will also include R507 and the R22 replacement gas R422D, both of which have GWPs in excess of 2500. The ban applies across Europe. Source: Cooling Post