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- March 6, 2018 at 11:38 am #153547
Mike Ruff, GW editorKeymaster
Revised F-Gas regulation, which came into force in January 2015 is now beginning to affect workshops as reduced supplies of R134a gas drives increased
[See the full post at: Revised F-Gas regulation now starting to affect UK workshops, say trade bodies]March 6, 2018 at 7:42 pm #153575
Hi. Just read your article
In the beginning of 1234yf we were told
By the (Airconditioning Society)
Macs. That this refrigerant was not an could not be
Fitted to cars that had 134a allready installed in it from new
…. goal post now look like their changing
So how much should we charge for a gas up / service in R134a. An how much should we charge for a service or a regas in a 1234yf model
Await your reply
I have been in the industry this past 20 years
DamienMarch 7, 2018 at 9:53 am #153584
There we go. People ask how EU regulation affects our daily lives. A few years back we were looking at well below £100 a bottle, now £400. This is just one example.