Toshiba Air Conditioning has launched a training programme for installers, designed to ensure safe handling of R32 and other flammable refrigerants during installation, servicing and operation.
It follows Toshiba’s announcement last year that it was switching to R32 for split and multi-split systems immediately, and for air-to-water heat pumps starting in mid-2019. The change is the result of the phase-down in use of widely used refrigerant R410A, which has a higher Global Warming Potential, under the F-Gas Regulations.
Toshiba Air Conditioning has published new information on its latest R32 refrigerant-based Mirai, Shorai and Daiseikai residential air conditioning systems, as well as the full range of Digital Inverter and Super Digital Inverter light commercial split system range.
Publication of the brochures follows the company’s move to R32 refrigerant, and set out the benefits for end users and the environment.