New distillation plant boosts refrigerant recycling

Published:  07 July, 2010

A-Gas, refrigerant reclaim, refrigerant recovery
This new fractional distillation plant enables A-Gas to reprocess much larger quantities of refrigerant for recycling

With many users reliant on R22 and other blends chasing recycled refrigerants, A-Gas has launched the next generation of its fractional distillation technology to boost supplies of recycled refrigerants. The latest system was built by the company’s own engineers and will enable it to reprocess much larger quantities of material.

Ken Logan, managing director, explains, ‘By splitting mixed refrigerants, A-Gas can increase the amount of recycled material available and is currently the only supplier with the technology and capacity to provide this level of service.

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