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HCFC

(organic chemistry)
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HCFCs (hydrochlorofluorocarbons) are widely used in the refrigeration, foam, solvent, aerosol and firefighting sectors as a transitional substance to substitute CFCs.
Customs officers industrialists importers of HCFCs Plant Protection Department Sindh Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) academia and NGOs attended the event.
Both groups of CFC and HCFC chemicals are greenhouse gases which contribute to climate change," said DENR.
We understand why it would happen as 75 per cent of HCFCs are used for air conditioning, which is needed in this part of the world.
HCFC consumption in the Philippines is attributed to HCFC-22, more commonly known as R-22, HCFC-141b, HCFC-123 and blends of HCFC-225.
The ministry is currently conducting training at vocational training centres across the country in order to educate and train technicians on how to use alternatives to HCFC.
Discussing about the most encountered HCFC retrofitting case in the refrigerated transport, meaning R22 to be changed by R404A, the comparison between thermal and energetic performances can be seen in Tables 4-8.
El problema planteado con los HCFC y HFC deberia ser manejado por el PM a traves del Fondo Multilateral, financiando directamente la incineracion de todo el HFC-23 producido.
Genuine reclaimed HCFC refrigerants can be used in the five-year period following the ban on the use of virgin HCFCs at the end of this year.
There is no easy answer if you currently use an HCFC refrigerant.
Leonidas has chosen Arkemais Forane R 427A refrigerant fluid, a 100 percent HFC blend, for the conversion of existing equipment running on R-22, an HCFC generation refrigerant fluid.
Developing countries, however, have just begun to curb production of CFCs, and new restrictions on HCFC production may invite severe opposition from those countries at the international convention.