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Oxford Air Conditioning is a Daikin D1 business partner and Toshiba T7 warranty partner, using R-32 as an environmentally friendly solution for end users, offering a 7-year warranty (warranty guidelines available on request).

What is R32?

R-32 is a next generation refrigerant that efficiently carries heat and has lower environmental impact.

It can reduce electricity consumption up to approximately 10% compared to that of air conditioners using refrigerant R-22. Furthermore, compared to the refrigerants widely used today such as R-22 and R-410A, R-32 has a global warming potential (GWP) that is one-third lower and is remarkable for its low environmental impact.

R32 is a single component, zero ODP gas with a GWP of 675, significantly less than R410A, which has a GWP of more than 2000.

Toshiba R32 Refrigerant
R-32 is a next generation refrigerant that efficiently carries heat and has lower environmental impact.

Products we supply using R-32 technology.

Download data sheets on the R-32 technology we provide from Daikin and Toshiba.

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The European F-gas Regulation has recently been reviewed with the aim of strengthening the core elements of the Regulation (517/2014).

The F-Gas Regulation creates controls on the use and emissions of fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases) including HFCs, PFCs and SF6. In the commercial refrigeration sector, this includes professional cabinets and retail display cabinets; the F-Gas Regulation affects the use of HFCs as refrigerants and as blowing agents for the insulation foam.

Why Should you make the switch to an environmentally friendly refrigerant?

There will be an 80% cut in HFC supply by 2030. Therefore the price of HFCs will continue to rise. Refrigerant prices rise again – News Article

Not only will R404A soon be illegal it may also not be the most energy efficient refrigerant to use. Changing to a lower GWP refrigerant with better energy efficiency will be beneficial in terms of energy labelling of products.

If you do not make the change you are likely to fall behind your competitors.

Cut in HFC supply by 2030

Replacement for R404A in Commercial Refrigeration

R404A Replacement, testing replacement for R404A in commercial refrigeration cabinet