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Replacement/Conversion of Canadian CFC Chiller Stock Shows Increase in 2007
Jul 7, 2008
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According to the Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI), 276 chillers previously operating on CFC refrigerants were converted or replaced during 2007 in Canada. This represents a 23% increase in conversions/replacements compared to 2006, and brings the total number of converted or replaced chillers from 2332 (2006) to 2608 and the rate of conversion/replacements from 42.5% (2006) to 47.5%. HRAI says that there are now approximately 2878 CFC chillers that need to be replaced in Canada.

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