Next-gen­er­a­tion re­frig­er­ants re­duc­ing global warm­ing

The China Post - - ARTS -

In light of cur­rent global warm­ing, how can we com­bine en­vi­ron­men­tal pro­tec­tion and the need for sav­ing energy? Daikin, as a leader of air-con­di­tioner tech­nol­ogy, has re­cently in­tro­duced its latest prod­uct into Tai­wan: Re­frig­er­ant R32 (R32環保冷煤空調) , which in­cludes in­no­va­tive en­vi­ron­men­tal tech­nol­ogy.

R32 is highly energy ef­fi­cient; seek­ing to re­place the con­ven­tional R22.The re­frig­er­ant would save up to 10 per­cent in elec­tric­ity con­sumed. Com­bin­ing R32 with in­verter tech­nol­ogy would fur­ther re­duce elec­tric­ity con­sump­tion. Daikin be­gan selling residential air con­di­tion­ers us­ing the R32 re­frig­er­ant in Ja­pan and In­dia in 2012. Since 2013, an in­creas­ing num­ber of other air con­di­tioner man­u­fac­tur­ers have been re­leas­ing R32 air con­di­tion­ers, mainly in Ja­pan, as R32 gains grow­ing recog­ni­tion as a next-gen­er­a­tion re­frig­er­ant.

Fol­low­ing the re­cent ex­plo­sion in­ci­dent at Ba Xian Wa­ter Park, HO­TAI De­vel­op­ment Co. Ltd. do­nated air con­di­tion­ing units to the 295 house­holds of vic­tims, at a to­tal cost of NT$12 mil­lion (in­clud­ing in­stal­la­tion fee).

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