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R-22 Refrigerant Supplies Are Evaporating– Why Not Make the Switch to a New System Now?
R-22 Refrigerant Supplies Are Evaporating– Why Not Make the Switch to a New System Now?

When the U.S. signed the Montreal Protocol, it agreed to the gradual phasing out of R-22 refrigerant supplies. Each year the federal EPA reduces the amount of R-22 available for replacing lost refrigerant in older central and portable air conditioners and heat pumps. The ...

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