What is GWP and how does it effect your HVAC system: A new change is coming to how A.C. systems in Dayton use their refrigerants. As the discussion ramps up about Global warming and its effects on our environment, no matter what side of the spectrum you land on, changes are coming as a result. Heating and Air system manufacturers all over are having to make changes to their systems using refrigerants lower in GWP. (Global Warming Potential) Many companies, including HVAC Dayton are working to develop solutions that are optimized for both the new efficiency standards and the anticipated refrigerant regulations in the U.S.
What does that change for you?
Not much should change for the consumer. The only thing to consider is who you will buy your Air Conditioning Dayton unit from. At HVAC Dayton, we are on the top of the game. Any unit we use will be equipped best to save you money and comply with any government regulation. That way, you won't have to worry about replacing your A.C. Dayton unit simply because the government puts out a regulation.
Please call HVAC Dayton at 937-470-1759 to find out more about which units and systems fit you and your home best. We are committed to giving you the best service and products available. When it's time to choose which Air Conditioning Dayton service to use, call us first and eliminate the need to shop around. We guarantee our work and give you the best price guaranteed.
More info on the changes:
R-32 has been a leading choice in GWP refrigerant in Asia and Europe for a while and HVAC Dayton has been working closely with our manufacturers and chemical companies to ensure the best refrigerant for Air Conditioning systems and heat pump applications state-wide. We care about Ohio and the chemicals each household puts out. We don't just go cheap, we go quality. There are many factors to consider when choosing the lowest GWP alternative. There are factors like compressor performance, reliability, total system cost, safety class designation, and reliability.
R-32, in most cases, has been the acceptable GWP alternative to R-410-A. There are other alternatives being looked at for Air Conditioning Dayton systems as well, such as R-454B with a safety class of A2L , GWP of 466 and then there is R-452B Safety class of A1, GWP of 698. One other is the N-41 by Honeywell which has a safety class of A1 and 733 GWP.
The timing of transition to different refrigerants with lower GWP will vary among regions depending on government regulations and international agreements. For HVAC Dayton, we will continue to be a leader in the industry, finding the best products with the safest materials for our customers. Let's face it, whether or not chemicals effect our temperature, they can certainly effect our families in the home. And THAT is what we want to be a leader of the most, keeping families comfortable and healthy.