Future-proof drying

Anybody using refrigeration drying in compressed air treatment is required to comply with the F-gas regulation. The new EU 517/2014 directive represents the end for certain refrigerants that are still currently used in these dryers. Nearly every compressed air station uses refrigeration dryers, since most applications require these machines to deliver a dependable supply of Read more about Future-proof drying[…]

Save carbon dioxide and keep to the rules with Rittal

Starting on 01 January 2020, there will be bans on the use of certain refrigerants as well as new regulations and rules on the operation, servicing and labelling of cooling and air-conditioning plants. Rittal has the answers to the users of refrigeration equipment questions on what to do now. Thanks to personalised advice and end-to-end Read more about Save carbon dioxide and keep to the rules with Rittal[…]

Future-proof drying

Anybody using refrigeration drying in compressed air treatment is required to comply with the F-gas regulation. The new EU 517/2014 directive represents the end for certain refrigerants that are still currently used in these dryers. Nearly every compressed air station uses refrigeration dryers, since most applications require these machines to deliver a dependable supply of Read more about Future-proof drying[…]

Future-proof drying

Anybody using refrigeration drying in compressed air treatment is required to comply with the F-gas regulation. The new EU 517/2014 directive represents the end for certain refrigerants that are still currently used in these dryers. Nearly every compressed air station uses refrigeration dryers, since most applications require these machines to deliver a dependable supply of Read more about Future-proof drying[…]