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Details of Fluorine Refrigerant

        Fluorine Refrigerant (also known as synthetic refrigerant, fluorocarbon refrigerant and halocarbon refrigerant) is a wide group of products most commonly known as CFCs, HCFCs, HFCs and HFOs.
        CFCs were introduced in the early 20th century, and quickly became established as the leading fluorine refrigerant solution. CFCs were thermodynamically efficient, and effective across a wide range of applications & operating temperatures.
        However environmental concerns relating to ozone depletion and global warming has lead to legislative control and the development of successive new generations of fluorine refrigerants, known as HCFCs, HFCs and HFOs.
        Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) are enabling the phaseout of CFCs. They are energy-efficient, low-in-toxicity, cost effective and can be used safely. Governments and industry support their global use in applications which meet important environmental and societal needs.
        Developed countries have had these alternatives, and their corresponding technologies, available for over a decade. During that period, CFC consumption world-wide has fallen by 75% largely due to HCFC use. Yet, developing countries continue to increase their CFC consumption. The Scientific Assessment Report shows that this growth is the most significant ozone depletion issue facing the Parties. Substitution becomes critical. HCFCs play a significant role in that transition.
        CFC and HCFC are main categories in Fluorine Refrigerant category. Boulingchem is professional Fluorine Refrigerants suppliers manufacturers. After more than 20 years of development, Bouling Group has more than 10 subsidiary companies with 600 staff members. Its products nearly accounts for all fluorine chemical products, such as hydrofluoric acid, inorganic fluorochemicals organic fluorochemicals, Fluorocarbon refrigerants and Fluorine intermediates ODS Substitutes. Up to now, more than 70% of the products and output have been exported to the oversea countries in Asia, North America and Europe, etc.