EPA Amends Leak Rate Calculations
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    In THE NEWS

    http://www.achrnews.com/CDA/ArticleI...146670,00.html




    Try it now had to manually do the url parse.

    [Edited by MechAcc on 03-14-2005 at 04:30 PM]

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    Originally posted by framehvac
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    Originally posted by MechAcc
    Originally posted by framehvac
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    Included in the changes is a clause requiring HCFC blends, such has R-401A, to meet the same regulatory and recording requirements as CFCs. The amendment also adopts into regulation the leak rate calculation and requires that the leak rate be calculated each time refrigerant is added to an appliance.



    CFC requirements,are scheduled for phase out looks like 410 a will be to.

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