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Very Low GWP Replacements r 404a performance tests commercial Freezer

R-404A has been the global industry standard HFC refrigerant for commercial refrigeration in both small and large systems. However, due to its high global warming potential (AR4 100 year GWP = 3922), lower GWP alternatives to R-404A are urgently needed.

The Future of Refrigerants

ASHRAE Journal conducted a roundtable with refrigerants experts to discuss the future of refrigerants.

ICEMAN Corporation Adopts Opteon™

ICEMAN Corporation Transitions to Low-GWP, Opteon™ Refrigerant for Plate Ice Machines

Testing of HFO Refrigerant With Less Than 150 GWP in a Commercial Freezer

R-404A has been the global industry standard HFC refrigerant for commercial refrigeration in both small and large systems. However, due to its high global warming potential (AR4 100 year GWP = 3922), lower GWP alternatives to R-404A are urgently needed.

Opteon™ Refrigerant Ainsworth Case Study

Multi-Year Evaluation of R-449A as a Replacement for R-22 in Low Temperature and Medium Temperature Refrigeration Applications

HCFC based refrigerants, such as R-22, are being phased out globally due to issues with stratospheric ozone depletion. In order to effectively do so, a series of HFC blend alternatives, such as R-407C and R-404A, have been introduced.

​​​Opteon™ XP40 Refrigerant: The Optimal Solution for Environmental Test Chambers

A leading manufacturer of environmental test chambers demonstrates how smaller-sized equipment running on R-404A can easily make the switch to a sustainable refrigerant solution.

High Temperature Chemical Stability and Use as a Working Fluids in Organic Rankine Cycles

Sustainable Supermarket Refrigeration

Achieving lower-GWP refrigeration and energy efficiency within a familiar operating footprint

An Overview of How Flammable Refrigerants are Changing the RAC Landscape

International and regional regulations, aimed at combating climate change, are resulting in a transition of the Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning (RAC) industry towards lower Global Warming Potential (GWP) refrigerant solutions.