Bluon is not only more efficient and lower costs but complies with current regulations

Helping the environment has become an important task for everyone. That is one of the reasons why it has been designed in new refrigerant that has been designed to replace the R-22 Freon, which is currently the coolant most used, but that has been phasing out production gradually, since that the new units of heating, ventilation and air conditioning will no longer be sold with Freon, whose completion date will be in January 2020. The Freon systems become obsolete and their manufacture and importation are forbidden, clearly representing a problem for those who have made large investments in Freon HVAC-R systems, existing perhaps as an option to invest in a new unit that uses a new refrigerant.


Introducing a new problem, since an R-22 system, formerly r-20, cannot work with new replacement refrigerants, which means that most HVAC-R installations and compressors must be replaced or eliminated, causing a great cost to the owners, since not only will they have to buy new units, but they would also have to pay to replace the obsolete units and install a new one.
The good news is that Bluon Energy, also known as Tdx 20, came to solve this big problem. A coolant that does not have the disadvantages of Freon and the best thing is that it can be used in the same equipment, which when using Bluon will already be complying with the current regulations, and also working more efficiently, at lower cost and contributing to the environment.
The r20 and the R-22 were created to replace a dangerous refrigerant that was harming both the environment and people, but currently, the R22 must also be replaced by an alternative that does not damage the ozone layer any more like the Bluon Energy designed for systems that already rely on Freon.
It is time to do the update, without involving large expenses. Switch to the efficiency of Bluon.
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