ACR-News
3 March 2016

A-Gas unveils new UK website

A-Gas has launched a new UK website making it easier for engineers to access refrigerant data.

A-Gas has launched a new UK website making it easier for engineers to access refrigerant data.

The launch follows the introduction of new mobile-friendly websites for the A-Gas Group worldwide.

Users have easy access to information about the extensive range of products and services from A-Gas and the latest industry information at the touch of a button.

Group brand and marketing manager for A-Gas International, Hayley Russell, said: “The new UK site has a supplier link for all refrigerants which allows engineers on the road to find their local A-Gas supplier quickly and easily. It’s very user friendly and distributors can log in direct to their own online portal to assist with the task of cylinder fleet management.”

She continued: “The new UK website directly links to a system supplying Material Safety Data Sheets for all our products. In addition to this, our resource centre also allows users to download best practice guidance for cylinder storage and handling – and pressure temperature charts for our refrigerants – making them more accessible for engineers on the road.”

Other new features include the Regulatory Zone, which gives customers the opportunity to keep up to date with the latest changes in the law covering refrigerants and health and safety.

To visit the new website go to www.agas.com and navigate to the UK website from the menu.

 

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