Cool-Therm promotes HFO Turbomiser chiller

Cool-Therm, Turbomiser, HFO, refrigerant

Cool-Therm is promoting the adoption of a new generation of Turbomiser chillers based on low-GWP HFO refrigerants. These chillers run on HFO1234ze, which the company believes offers the best solution for the industry’s twin requirement for improved energy efficiency and reduced environmental impact.

Managing director Ken Strong (pictured) says, ‘HFO1234ze has a global-warming potential of just six compared with 1300 for the common HFC refrigerant R134a.’

Now that the cost of HFO refrigerant has fallen into line with that of other gases, the company believes that it will start to displace equipment based on more harmful gases.

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