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News archive 2012–2017

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Ten non-flammable alternatives to R404A
Refrigerants: current developments
The future of R404A and other refrigerants with high GWP values as prices rise
Refrigerants: what to expect in the future
Standards and their role in refrigerants development
This happened in refrigerant development during the past year
Environmentally friendly refrigerants of the future
An option to replace R404A in small refrigeration systems
Highlights form the Gustav Lorentzen conference on natural fluids.
The opportunities and challenges of R152a. Part 2.
The opportunities and challenges of R152a. Part 1.
Sources of refrigerant property data
A year in low GWP refrigerants development
Reducing environmental impact of refrigeration technology
The potential dangers of TFA
Key news in low GWP refrigerants developments
HFO refrigerants explained
Understanding refrigerant flammability
New opportunities for R32
A guide to F-gas regulation guides
In short about R1234ze
Replacements for R404A
R1336mzz-Z - new generation nonflammable low GWP refrigerant
Low GWP refrigerants for high temperature heat pumps
Safety of new low GWP refrigerants
Can global temperature change potential replace GWP in upcoming regulations?
Quantifying global warming potential
New F-gas Directive, one step closer to the final decision!
A year in new low GWP refrigerants development
Defining “Low GWP”
Which refrigerant replaces next R410A?
New opportunities for natural refrigerants
Uncertain future of fluorinated refrigerants
European Commission’s feedback on MAC Directive implementation issues
R-1234yf to be used in MAC systems, despite safety concerns
Environmental metrics for evaluating refrigeration systems operation
Low GWP alternative refrigerants in heat pumps
Mercedes-Benz wishes to continue using the tried-and-tested R-134a refrigerant in passenger cars
Stability and compatibility of HFOs
Counterfeit refrigerants are on the rise
European Commission sets new deadline: manufacturers may continue to use old refrigerants
Sweden accelerates the transition towards HFC alternatives
Refrigerant effect on system performance