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Webinar: A2L refrigerants from Climalife

Climalife is organising a webinar for refrigeration installers and technicians on A2L refrigerants, in partnership with Honeywell and Tecumseh, on 7 May.

The webinar is aimed at refrigeration specialists who will be invited to enhance their knowledge on the use of A2L refrigerants in condensing units from 1 to 40kW for applications in supermarkets, convenience stores, cold rooms and cold stores, for example.

This A2L Refrigerant Training offers a unique opportunity for attendees to understand how this technology is the solution for the coming years in new installations. It will focus on three refrigerants, in particular; Solstice yf, Solstice ze and Solstice L40X and their ability to support refrigeration processes, both improving the energy efficiency of systems and with a GWP < 150, meeting the requirements of F-Gas regulation.

Industry experts will present components and equipment that are approved for these A2L refrigerants and will discuss their simple application in more detail, covering questions on flammability, load calculation, and glide, for example, through case studies carried out in the field.

Accessible from a computer, smartphone, tablet or via podcast (audio), this webinar is a great opportunity to learn about all aspects of A2L refrigerants.  Installers will have the opportunity to ask questions in advance, when registering for the webinar. 

The webinar will take place on 7 May, from 0830 to 0930. Registration link:


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