Submission to Standards Australia This is to make you aware of a further round of public consultation by Standards Australia (ME006) regarding DR ISO 5149 (refrigeration & air conditioning standards) and DR ISO 817 (refrigerant classification). These standards are fundamental to the HVACR industry. The proposed standard is seriously flawed. We have provided a guide to…Read details
The ARA seminar on Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (HVACR) held on Tuesday, April 5 attracted a wide range of HVACR stakeholders. The importance and opportunity for energy efficiency presented at the event was compelling with a series of new technology announcements and proof of performance across many HVACR sectors. You can access this important information from B2BForums…Read details
Is Natural Refrigerant Based Technology the Future of the HVACR industry? Yes – and the proof is here!
We have compiled a series of sources of information that you can draw on to learn about the benefits of natural refrigerants and the many organisations that support their use. Together they represent a great deal of expertise and independent authority calling for the use of natural refrigerant based technology because it is superior in every way. Links…Read details
One of the most important global organisations in the food industry has made an unequivocal commitment to use natural refrigerant-based technology for energy efficiency and emissions reduction in refrigeration. The Consumer Goods Forum has released a policy that says they are taking their refrigeration systems to natural refrigerant-based technologies. In the document: “Refrigeration Commitments &…Read details
This is being delivered to the “Environmental Press” because there is far too little written about the climate change impact and cost of the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning industry. We believe your readers need to be better informed. The Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (R&AC) Industry is a major source of global warming: R&AC will be…Read details