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    What Is Puron Refrigerant and How Can It Benefit Your Home?

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  • What Is Puron Refrigerant and How Can It Benefit Your Home?

    March 18, 2014

    Products with Puron refrigerant were first introduced in the consumer market in 1996, nine years after the Montreal Protocol was signed. This treaty was designed to protect the ozone layer and was one of the first universally ratified treaties in the history of the United Nations.

    Since that time, more than 2.5 million American households have enjoyed a comfortable home environment without the use of appliances that emit ozone-depleting particles. With the continued phasing out of the numerous substances that deplete the earth’s protective ozone layer, it is conceivable that the ozone layer will return to its normal levels by the year 2050.

    Puron and the Environment

    Until Puron came along, one of the most common refrigerants used was the R-22. Its emission into the earth’s atmosphere has been discovered to have contributed significantly to the depletion of the ozone layer. Manufacturers are mandated by Federal laws to stop using R-22 as well as other ozone-depleting refrigerants within the next few years.

    Puron on the other hand is a 50/50 blend of two separate refrigerants, R-32 and R-125. It is an eco-friendly refrigerant as its release into the atmosphere does not harm the environment or the ozone layer.

    Puron and Your Home

    If you still have an AC or heat pump that uses R-22, consider replacing it with an appliance that uses Puron instead. Puron works just as well, if not better, as other refrigerants. In fact, many manufacturers use it as the cooling agent in a number of high-efficiency consumer equipment. This means you can enjoy a comfortable home or business environment and still help protect the earth by not harming the ozone layer.

    Some states have programs that give tax rebates for businesses and individuals who switch to more environmentally friendly systems and appliances. It is worth the energy bill savings to check this out.

    As a leading Orlando HVAC service provider, we can help you make an informed choice regarding all your heating and cooling options for your home or business. We are a reliable and experienced Florida AC repair company and we can help you enjoy a comfortable and safe home without harming the planet.