R22 gas, which is commonly used in air conditioning units, is to be outlawed from 2015. In light of this fact, you might well be asking yourself how you are going to replace R22 gas and keep your air conditioning units running.
Here we explain:
If you have an old machine which is faulty then it is probably worth replacing it with a new machine with which alternative gasses, such as R410a, can be used.
Alternatively to this, you might consider making modifications to your existing unit so that it is compatible with R410a refrigerant. This would be likely to involve replacing the refrigerant parts of your current unit. Unfortunately, when it comes to tackling the problems caused by this EU legislation, it is inevitable that you are going to have to incur some costs.
At AirConUK, we can provide you with the expert advice you need to make the transition from R22 to R410a refrigerant as seamless and efficient as possible. We have years of experience in the air conditioning industry, and our specialist advisers can help you adapt your air conditioning units to meet the latest requirements in the most cost-effective way possible.
So if you want to work with experts who can guide you through the process of moving away from R22 gas and into the future of air conditioning, we are here to help. Just call us today on 0800 211 8270.