#a2l refrigerants

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How Similar Are A2Ls to R-410A?
By:Don Gillis This tech tip was written by Don Gillis with Chemours. Thanks, Don! You’ve probably heard it way too many times now: A2Ls are coming.  While we’ve heard a lot about what “A2L” really means and the R-410A phasedown timeline, there isn’t a lot of public information about what to expect on the service […]
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R-410A Phase-Down Update
By:Don GillisBryan OrrJason ObrzutDr. Chuck AllgoodMatthew BrunerAdam MufichRoman BaughThis tech tip is an overview of the livestream by the same name, featuring HVAC School contributors Matt Bruner, Roman Baugh, and Adam Mufich, as well as special guests Don Gillis, Dr. Chuck Allgood, and Jason Obrzut. You can watch the full livestream HERE. These gents also […]
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Retrofitting Existing R-404A/R-507A Systems
By:Don GillisThis article was written by Don Gillis with Chemours. Thanks, Don! With the American Innovation Act (The AIM Act) in place and the reduction of the supply of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) in effect, the need to retrofit systems with lower global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants will become commonplace in the very near future. So, what […]
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Moving Forward with A2L refrigerants
By:Don GillisThis article about A2L refrigerants was written by Don Gillis with Chemours. Thanks, Don! HVACR service technicians find themselves at the forefront of the refrigerant transition in AC and commercial refrigeration. As hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerants with high-global warming potential (GWP) are being phased down, mildly flammable A2L refrigerants have been identified as potential lower-GWP […]
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What Techs Need to Know About A2L Refrigerants
By:Bryan Orr This article is based on the recent HVAC School podcast episode on A2L refrigerants with Jason Obrzut. You can listen to that podcast HERE. Jason is a member of the AHRI Safe Refrigerant Transition Task Force and has co-authored Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology (the RACT manual). You can access AHRI’s A2L refrigerant […]
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Videos:

Podcasts:

A2L Update With Chemours Live from AHR
By:Adam MufichNathan OrrDon GillisDr. Chuck Allgood  Don Gillis and Dr. Chuck Allgood from Chemours join the show to discuss their new easy as “1,2,3” branding around the A2L refrigerants R454A, R454B, and R454C. They explain that A2Ls are not actually flammable like hydrocarbons; they are just mildly combustible with much lower burning velocity and […]
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What Is A2L Mitigation Going To Look Like? W/ Clifton B.
By:Bryan OrrClifton Beck  In this podcast, Bryan and Clifton discuss the upcoming transition to A2L refrigerants, like R-32 and R-454B, and what A2L mitigation is going to look like. These mildly flammable refrigerants will be used in place of R-410A for residential air conditioning systems due to an HFC phase-down driven by legislation and […]
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Events:

Understanding Effects of A2L Refrigerants on Tools, Recovery, and Evacuation
By:Tony Gonzalez NOTE: If you cannot view the recording, the video may still be processing. The maximum wait time is 24 hours. We apologize for the delay and appreciate your patience.
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What You Need to Know About Future A2Ls
By:Don GillisChristian Pyles NOTE: If you cannot view the recording, the video may still be processing. The maximum wait time is 24 hours. We apologize for the delay and appreciate your patience.
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