- Gastegundir og búnaður
- Búnaður fyrir fiskeldi
- Búnaður fyrir suðu og skurð
- Daglegt líf
- Fljótandi gastegundir
- Fljótandi jarðgas
- Frysting matvæla
- Gastegundir andrúmslofts
- Gastegundir fyrir suðu og skurð
- Háhreinar gastegundir og búnaður
- Hönnun og verkfræði
- Íðefni á hylkjum
- Linde Green: Pioneering liquefied gases with zero-carbon impact
- Medical Equipment
- Medicinal Gases
- Rafeindagastegundir og íðefni
We offer a complete refrigerant program for the refrigeration industry, with solutions suited to our customers’ varying requirements. The program covers both natural refrigerants and HFC and HFO. All cylinders are individually marked for traceability and may be combined with ACCURA® cylinder services to advantage.
We have carbon dioxide of refrigerant quality 4.0 in practical cylinders with ascending pipes that facilitate filling with liquid carbon dioxide. The cylinders are additionally fitted with a valve with gas outlet for pressure setting of the equipment before filling with liquids. The product is intended for cooling plants and other closed systems where humidity causes problems.
HFC is supplied with ACCURA® cylinder services. ACCURA® cylinder services is an Internet-based service that affords you complete control over your use of gas. All the cylinders are individually marked and can be traced at all stages. This facilitates and enhances the efficiency of administration and reporting, which are especially important upon the use of HFC.
Our latest product is HFO R1234yf with a low GWP (4), well under the MAC directive which is 150 GWP. This AC-gas R1234yf meets the EU's aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from mobile air conditioning (MAC) systems. The EU "MAC Directive" states that from 2013, only refrigerant gases with a global warming potential (GWP) of 150 or less can be used in new car platforms. From 2017, all new cars must comply with this directive. Prior to this, all cars used Refrigerant R134a which has a GWP of 1430 (CO2 =1).
The majority of the Automotive industry have chosen to use a next generation refrigerant, R1234yf. This gas is a Hydrofluoroolefin (HFO), developed jointly by DuPont and Honeywell. R1234yf has a GWP of just 4 – that is 99.7 percent lower than R134a, significantly reducing the carbon footprint from automotive air conditioning systems over a car's lifetime.
The main alternative low GWP refrigerant gas, R744 (CO2) is also available from AGA as and when OEMs require. On top, AGA continues to supply R134a for existing vehicles, allowing AGA to offer a full product portfolio to meet the needs of the automotive industry today and tomorrow.