Protecting the climate and reducing greenhouse gases are measures that the European Union has taken so that by 2030, F emissions will be reduced by two thirds from 2014 levels. The European Union ratified in September last year, Kigali’s amendment to the Montreal Protocol, which will move to a new stage of global reduction of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) – greenhouse gases.
HFCs, used mainly in refrigeration equipment, air conditioning and heat pumps, are thousands of times more harmful to the climate than CO2. The Kigali amendment entered into force on 1 January 2019. In order for the targets to be achieved effectively and cost-effectively, all relevant governments and industries will already need to take action now to ensure that green alternatives are used.
In this context, with the adoption in the European Union of F-Gas regulations – “F-Gas regulations” – natural refrigerants have become a point of great interest in the industry. In Romania, the process of switching to natural agents is in full swing, and the new technologies as well as the improvement of the existing ones will determine the design of the installations on new principles.
In order to be able to deal with all these changes, AB TEHNIC invites you to participate in the Seminar on Natural Refrigerants, which takes place over three days, between March 28-30, 2019. You will find out the advantages of using natural agents: R290 -propane, R717 – ammonia, R744 – CO2 and components: compressors, vaporizers, valves, control elements, design and use principles, but also safety elements.
The event will benefit from simultaneous translation, provided on headphones.