Running in Manchester on 20th June, the seminar focuses on how the F-gas legislation will affect the air conditioning sector from both specification and installation perspectives. The move to low global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants is forcing building owners and ACR engineers to rethink how they will comply with the new rules while still delivering on energy efficiency, value and suitability for end customers.
Also, AirSource managing director, David Clayton, will address safety concerns with the regulations. David will speak about Atex ratings, flammability classifications, equipment location, occupancy classification and the future of multi-split systems.
"The EU is moving to minimise the negative environmental effects from refrigerant systems, which will involve a phase-down mechanism gradually declining the use of HFCs in the market from 2016.
"However, this will not be a straightforward move as these changes can lead to an increased flammability of refrigerants and could compromise safety, which is why this workshop is so important for those working within the industry."
The seminar takes place at RBS Building in Manchester at 12.15pm on 20th June.
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