Young Air Conditioning of Malvern is delighted to announce the success of their 2017 Daikin R32 Refrigerant promotion.
Young Air of Malvern started the drive to promote the Daikin air conditioning systems operating on the latest R32 refrigerant during November 2016. From then until the end of April 2017 we are proud to announce that we have secured orders for 27 split systems operating on R32 refrigerant. With 16 Daikin air conditioning R32 systems already installed and operating within Worcestershire and another 11 still to be professionally installed and commissioned by the end of April 2017.
This promotion of the ‘New Generation R32’ Daikin equipment has only been such a success due to the fantastic local customers that we are proud to be working with. We send our sincere gratitude to all of our new R32 Refrigerant customers for making such a huge step towards protecting our environment by embracing this new lower Globally Warming Potential refrigerant gas.
R32 Refrigerant throughout Worcestershire
All of the R32 gas Daikin systems have been installed within the Worcestershire area. We have installed the majority of the 27 R32 systems within our hometown of Malvern, followed by Worcester, Bromsgrove and Stourport-on-Severn. The success of this switch from the use of R410a to R32 refrigerant gas shows concern for our environment and a willingness to change by the businesses in Worcestershire.
Why switch to R32 from R410a?
Daikin Airconditioning UK Ltd has compiled the following bullet points:
- R32 has a Global Warming Potential (GWP) of 675, one third of R410a (2,088)
- R32 is more energy efficient than R410a
- R32 needs a smaller charge. For example an R22 system requiring 1.2kg charge would only need 0.7kg of R32.
- Using R32 allows for more compact equipment. Due to smaller charges of gas the heat exchangers and other components can be smaller allowing for smaller equipment.
- R32 is a single component refrigerant gas, which means it can be easily reused and recycled. Unlike R410a which is a blend.
- R32 operating pressures are similar to R410a
- R32 and R410a systems use the same types of refrigerant oil.
R410a Restrictions by 2025.
The use of HFCs with a GWP above 750 (including R410A) will be banned in single split systems containing less than 3 kg of refrigerant placed on the EU market after January 1st 2025 (EU 517/2014. L 150/223).
For further information on Daikin’s development of equipment using R32 gas please see the Daikin Airconditioning UK Ltd website www.daikin.co.uk
For further information on Young Air Conditioning Ltd, a Daikin UK D1 partner please see our website www.youngair.co.uk
Further details about R32 refrigerant gas can be found on the following Factsheet ‘Introducing R32’.
Young Air Malvern contact details
If you have an Air Conditioning project, either Commercial Air Conditioning or Domestic Air Conditioning we would love to hear from you. Please call us on Malvern 01684 575874 or e-mail us at email@example.com
References: DAIKIN UK LTD. White paper Introducing R32. Retrieved November 17, 2016 from: http://www.daikin.co.uk/binaries/3340_Introduction_of_R32_FINAL_tcm511-342471.pdf
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