accurate cylinder records
HARP® products are purchased through an authorised
distributor, Harp have developed innovative, industry first systems
that enable the customer to maintain accurate cylinder records
and comply with F-Gas requirements.
Refrigeration and air conditioning technologies have thrived and become commonplace built upon the solid foundation of safe and efficient working fluids. However, regulations relating to the production of chlorine-containing refrigerants which deplete stratospheric ozone, means that the industry faces a number of years of unprecedented change.
The phaseout of CFC's and HCFC's has forced the foam industry to identify and adopt non-ozone depleting blowing agents including HFC's and HC's. Non-flammable products include HARP® 134a and HARP® 365mfc/227ea blends. The flammable hydrocarbon products iso-, n- and cyclo-pentane, and isobutane and HARP® 365mfc complete the range.
To compliment its extensive range of top quality refrigerants, Harp International is able to offer to all customers a complete package of lubricants for use in refrigeration and air conditioning applications. These highly refined, quality products are available in a variety of package sizes from 0.95 litre cans to 208 litre drums.
To help our customers meet the drive towards non-chlorofluorocarbon delivery systems, global formulations, higher levels of product performance and the rationalisation of supplier bases Harp International Limited offers a "basket" of propellants.
F-GAS LATEST: Revised F-Gas Regulations
REGULATION (EU) No 517/2014 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL
of 16 April 2014
on fluorinated greenhouse gases and repealing Regulation (EC) No 842/2006is now published!
The final agreed text was approved on 18th December by the
European Member States ambassadors. It will then be published and sent
to the Parliament and Council for final approval. This will require a
vote in the Parliament Environment Committee and then the Parliament plenary
which will probably be in February or March 2014 and it will, afterwards,
require approval by the European Council. It is not expected to be held
up or modified in any way during this ratification process.
The main features of the revised F-Gas Regulation:
Cap and phase-down for the placing on the market of HFCs
Bans or restrictions based on GWP of the use of F-Gases in some new equipment
Conditions on the placing on the market of products and equipment containing or relying upon F-Gases
Future restrictions on servicing/maintenance of equipment using HFCs
Rules regarding containment, use, recovery and destruction of HFCs
The Regulation will apply from 1st January 2015
The aim of the agreed Regulation is to reduce F-Gas emissions by two-thirds
of today's levels by 2030 and to encourage the use of viable and more
climate-friendly alternatives where they are readily available... read
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