ACR-News
02 November 2018

Refrigerants

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.

In order to effectively service modern society's need for refrigeration, long term and transitional replacemnet products have been developed for new applications and for the servicing of installed equipment. Whatever the needs of the customer, Harp International is there to help. Harp International offers its own HARP® brand of halocarbon refrigerants and flammable hydrocarbon refrigerants.
 



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