IRI Seminar Slides and Notes

  Phase Down of F gases and the New Regulation
» 505.6 KiB - 685 hits - June 7, 2016
EPA Document Jean Clarke Environmental Advisory Unit

  Refrigerant Information Initiative Cork Seminar
» 1.1 MiB - 927 hits - October 1, 2013
Presentation by : Paul Mottram, National Refrigerants Paul gave a two-part presentation, the first part was an FGas update from a European perspective and the second part considered lower GWP alternatives to current HFC refrigerants. Presentation by : Seamus Kerr, RSL Ireland Seamus gave an overview of recent IRI Refrigerant Information Initiative Seminars which informed institute members and interested parties on the refrigerant options currently available.

  Refrigerant Information Initiative Seminar 6
» 2.1 MiB - 10 hits - June 12, 2013
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Absorption heat pumps and chillers use very little electricity, have few moving parts, contain no F-Gas refrigerants, and offer simultaneous heating and cooling potential. With absorption chillers already established, and packaged gas-absorption heat pumps now being marketed in direct competition with electric heat pumps, what role will absorption systems play in the future? How do they work, and what are the benefits?

  Refrigerant Information Initiative Seminar 5
» 1.2 MiB - 12 hits - June 12, 2013
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Carbon Dioxide (CO2) has in recent years become established as a proven and effective refrigerant in retail, commercial and industrial refrigeration. CO2 has no issue of toxicity, flammability or temperature glide, and has a Global Warming Potential of just 1. It is cheap to produce and is harmless to the environment. But with operating pressures up to five times as high as conventional refrigerants, can the challenges in the design and installation of CO2 systems be safely addressed? What is the future for CO2 as a refrigerant?

  Refrigerant Information Initiative Seminar 4
» 2.2 MiB - 6 hits - June 12, 2013
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Hydrocarbons are pure and very efficient refrigerants. They are already being used in domestic refrigerators and supermarkets. They have a low impact on the environment and are economical to produce. So can their flammability issue be managed safely, and what future do they have?

  Refrigerant Information Initiative Seminar 3
» 2.5 MiB - 10 hits - June 11, 2013
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HFO refrigerants are first-cousins of HFCs, but have a low Global Warming Potential. HFO-1234yf is already in use and is now replacing refrigerant R.134a in many new cars in the EU. But what exactly are HFOs, why did they need to be developed, and what role will they play in the future of commercial refrigeration in Europe?

  Refrigerant Information Initiative Seminar 2
» 2.5 MiB - 10 hits - June 11, 2013
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Ammonia: An environmentally-friendly refrigerant with excellent refrigeration properties. How safe is it, and when can it be used as an alternative to HFCs?

  Refrigerant Information Initiative Seminar 1
» 329.1 KiB - 10 hits - June 11, 2013
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HFC Refrigerants: Can we use them or not? What future have they?

  FGas Proposal FM Ireland Presentation 2013
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IRI Seminar at FM Ireland 2013 - Powerpoint Slides - Speaker: Catriona Collins, EPA - Topic: FGas Proposal Presentation

  EPA Enforcement Update FM Ireland Presentation 2013
» 2.3 MiB - 7 hits - April 5, 2013
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IRI Seminar at FM Ireland 2013 - Powerpoint Slides - Speaker: Catriona Collins, EPA - EPA Enforcement Update

   

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