MORRIS TOWNSHIP, N.J. — Because of a proposed revision late last year by the Environmental Protection Agency concerning the availability of R-22 refrigerant, “there’s a very good possibility the R-22 supply may not meet the demand,” said Ron Vogl, technical marketing manager for Honeywell Refrigerants here. Vogl made those comments as the main presenter during a recent SN-hosted webinar, sponsored by Honeywell, on the R-22 phase-out and retrofitting refrigeration ...
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