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E.V.A. takes charge on HFC gases


January 4, 2010
By Appliance Magazine

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Jan. 4, 2010 – The European Vending Association (EVA) has published
its position paper on HFC gases. Following a regulation, which bans the
use of these gases in the automobile industry, the European vending
industry said it has decided to take a step forward on this issue.

Jan. 4, 2010 – The European Vending Association (EVA) has published
its position paper on HFC gases. Following a regulation, which bans the
use of these gases in the automobile industry, the European vending
industry said it has decided to take a step forward on this issue.

In Europe, there are 4.6 million snacks and bottled drinks vending
machines and point-of-use, which are the machines that use a cooling
unit. These machines are operated by HFC gas R-134a and will probably
continue to be in use in the market until approximately 2030, according
to the usual life cycle of a vending machine. | READ MORE

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