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Camcool Ltd keeps your business up to date and compliant with the current F-Gas Regulations, a quick call can ensure you remain compliant with regulations.
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F-Gas Regulations overview
With the recent changes to the F-Gas legislation it is now a requirement of the system owner to ensure that the following regulations are adhered to.
It is a requirement that operators of equipment that contain fluorinated greenhouse gases in quantities of 5 tonnes of CO2 or more, shall ensure that the equipment is checked for leaks.
Systems with a C02 equivalent = 5 tonnes must have a leak check carried out every 12 months
Systems with a C02 equivalent = 50 tonnes must have a leak check 2x per year
Systems with 500 tonnes must have a leak check of 4 times per year
In addition to these regulations each system must have an F-Gas log book to record the amount of refrigerant in the system and if any additions/removals/corrections have been made.
C02 equivalent = mass of refrigerant x GWP
A system with 2Kgs of R410a refrigerant contained in system
So this falls under the current regulations and does not require leak checking.
A system with 2.395Kgs of R410a or greater* will need an annual leak check.
A system with a refrigerant charge of 1.275Kgs will require an annual leak check.
12.749Kgs or greater will require 2x leak checks per annum.
Our qualified engineers ensure you are compliant by keeping digital F-Gas logbook records and carrying out leak checks at the specified intervals.
For clarification please contact us on 01273-581000 so we can ensure you stay compliant with the current regulations.
From initial FREE site survey or customer brief, Camcool Ltd will carry out works that are courteous and professional and put forward competitively priced proposals. Camcool’s own trained and experienced staff will carry out the works quickly and efficiently with minimum disruption.
We are approved installers for all major equipment brands and offer up to 5 years warranty on certain brands of equipment (subject to take up of a planned preventative maintenance contract).