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Living without HFCs - Bringing home the Danish story

DENMARK banned the use of HFC refrigerants at the start of 2007 and exactly what impact this had on the country's refrigeration industry is the subject of a talk on Wednesday, March 11.
Changes to the market in Denmark as a result of the ban, the major obstacles which had to be overcome, the impact on new systems being installed and the limitations of developments of CO2 technology will be covered in the presentation given by Danfoss applications manager Kenneth Madsen.

Hosted by the Institute of Refrigeration (IOR), the evening presentation is open to IOR members and starts at 5,15pm at the London Chamber of Commerce and Industry at 33 Queen Street, London (EC4R 1AP).

Coronavirus industry update

UPDATED 22 April: In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, manufacturers, wholesalers and distributors are issuing statements regarding their operations as the situation evolves. The most up to date information from each company is listed below and ...


Designed for the future: Daiklin's new VRV 5 series

At Daikin, we continue to push the boundaries in order to create more sustainable solutions, simplify installation, enhance performance in use, and reduce our environmental footprint. In the spirit of the Paris Agreement, we aim to be CO2 neutral by ...


HVCA will become B&ES on 1 March

From Thursday 1 March the HVCA will become B&ES - the Building & Engineering Services Association.
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