Sign up for the technical conference on Climalife F-Gas II approved solutions – Greenway Neo : a renewed and complete range

Technical conference: Climalife F-Gas II approved solutions
On Wednesday 15th October 2014, during the Chillventa exhibition, Climalife, in partnership with Honeywell, Exxon-Mobil and Tewis, are organising a technical conference about the low GWP solutions that comply with the new F-Gas European regulation.

Programme : 11.00am to 1.00pm


•  F-Gas regulation and alternatives to high GWP refrigerants (R-404A / R-507A,...) - Climalife

•  Energy efficiency of R-404A replacement solutions -Tewi

•  HFO's : low GWP refrigerants - Thermodynamic properties / commercialisation - Honeywell

•  Lubricants solutions for tomorrow's refrigerants - Exxon Mobil.


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Follow the Greenway® Neo : A renewed and complete range of plant-based secondary refrigerant / heat transfer fluids
Climalife, a leading specialist in the formulation of heat transfer fluids for more than 30 years, is strongly committed to solutions from plant resources.

Greenway® Neo : a technological and environmentally friendly alternative!

The Climalife R&D department has developed and patented this new formula Greenway® Neo for use across a range of applications including refrigeration, air conditioning, heat pumps, central heating, thermal solar energy and sprinklers. Climalife's objective is to offer a reliable and effective technical alternative to traditional mono propylene glycol (MPG)-based fluids.

The Greenway® Neo secondary refrigerants / heat transfer fluids are formulated based on 1,3-Propanediol (Bio-PDO TM), the raw material used and produced by fermentation of natural 99.7% purified glucose syrup, and long-lasting organic corrosion inhibitors. The Greenway® Neo formula continues to be borax-free in compliance with European Directive 2005/58/EC dated 15/09/2008.


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