Fluorinated gas

Fluorinated gas

A greenhouse gas typically associated with refrigerants and aerosols.
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The European Parliament and Council have recently agreed to impose fluorinated gas regulations (F-gas regulation) that put a steep phase out schedule for most fluorinated gases and place market prohibitions on several kinds of equipment.
The bill achieves its broad coverage through an upstream compliance mandate on petroleum and most fluorinated gas producers and importers, and a downstream mandate on electric generators, industrial sources, and natural gas local distribution companies (LDCs).
The rest--28 in all--account for a reported 94% of fluorinated gas emissions.
With its dynamic R&D teams, leading commercial rankings, global recognition of its fluorinated gas range under the brand name Forane[R], and industrial partnerships with key players in the refrigeration industry, Arkema has genuine assets to assist its customers, equipment manufacturers and distributors, in the air-conditioning and refrigeration sectors.
Molders enhance fluorination barrier several ways: by removing all oxygen from inside the parison with a nitrogen purge before blowing fluorinated nitrogen into the part; controlling mold temperatures; optimizing the amount of fluorine in the blowing gas, as well as hold time and pressure; repeating treatment as much as three times; or blowing with a pulsating movement of fluorinated gas.
- Draft regulation of 7 November 2012 designed to strengthen these provisions to reduce fluorinated gas emissions by two thirds of current levels by 2030 -aCOM(2012)643
They are covered by the Kyoto Protocol, so the reduction of fluorinated gas emissions will help the EU achieve its targets under the protocol.
A total of 25, to which 5 are added in the agricultural sector, 13 in the waste sector, 8 in the transport sector, 6 in the industrial sector and 5 in the fluorinated gas sector.
The main aim of this cooperation is to change the standard set by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) to comply with EU requirements with respect to minimum leakages of fluorinated gases used in cars' air conditioning systems on all cars sold after 2008 (new Regulation on fluorinated gas emissions of January 31, 2006).
The EU could thus eliminate up to two thirds of today's fluorinated gas emissions by 2030.