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With the refrigerant world moving quickly and a vast amount of US and European vehicle manufacturers changing the refrigerant of choice over to R1234yf, it’s time to make sure you are ready for a world where R1234yf and R134a co-exist.
The question a lot of a/c technicians are asking in the trade is ‘Why another change of refrigerant when R134a was the environmental solution?’ This is a good question, and the trade needs to be well informed of the background of where the whole refrigerant research journey has come from, and where it’s going.
Everybody would now have heard of the new R1234yf (HFO1234yf) that is here in Australia and soon to become the mainstream refrigerant used in all new cars. In this article, we will cut to the chase, simply tell you where things are at and what equipment you need to be R1234yf ready!