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Refrigeration, Air Conditioning, Ireland and Global Warming

Refrigeration, Air Conditioning, Ireland and Global Warming

As we continue our series on the effects of refrigeration on the environment, it is wise to give an overview of Global Warming or Greenhouse effect. The Sun’s rays travel through space (which is a vacuum) more or less uninterrupted (except for hitting a few other particles). They have energy in the form of heat […]

Air Conditioning and the F Gas Regulations in Ireland

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)   is responsible for Quantifying Ireland’s emissions of greenhouse gases in the context of our Kyoto commitments and in complying  with regulations controlling fluorinated greenhouse gases and ozone depleting substances.  The EC F-gas and ODS Regulations are European Regulations that are directly in force in all EU Member States. They came about […]

HCFC Phase Out and Replace Technology

This is the first in a series of Blogs on how the impending phase out of HCFCs will affect our air conditioning customers. This blog is for those who are looking to install a new system or to replace an existing system. For those installing a new air conditioning system there is nothing to worry about […]