The British Refrigeration Association (BRA) has produced a second edition of its Putting into Use Replacement Refrigerants (PURR) report.
The original report was produced in 2015 by members of BRA to help the industry meet some of the key implications and requirements of the EU F-Gas Regulation, in particular the urgent need to move away from high GWP refrigerants such as R404A.
- Data on new A2L (low flammability) alternatives for R404A
- Data on R410A alternatives
- General information on the use of A2L refrigerants
“This second edition of the PURR report provides greater clarity on alternative refrigerants, which should hopefully assist in ensuring a smooth transition for designers, manufacturers, installers, commissioners and end users to comply with the new enforcements.”
The free report is available from the BRA section of the FETA website.