Air conditioning systems use refrigerants to do the job of cooling an indoor space. These refrigerants, in the form of hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs), potentially contribute to climate change, and are currently being phased out of use in the United States. The phaseout approach, which was initially started in 2010, gives manufacturers time to develop ozone-friendly refrigerants as an alternative.
Regulatory Uncertainty Drives Demand for Explosion-Proof Technologies to Support the Development of New Refrigerants
Faced with improving viscosity control in a challenging processing environment, a leading South American oil refiner turned to Cambridge Viscosity. Cambridge responded by developing explosion-proof mounting enclosures to augment the viscosity control system the company relies upon for highly accurate viscosity measurement.