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Positively Innovative


CONTRACTORS A CALL TO


Offer more security to your customers in the F-Gas world


Provide the most cost competitive, high performance service solution: R407H from Daikin!


Increase your service offering now – Upgrade your customers’ systems in commercial and industrial refrigeration to meet the strict requirements of the new F-Gas regulation: use the innovative Low GWP, A1 refrigerant, R407H from Daikin!


• Conventional refrigerant blends such as R404A or R507 must be phased out rapidly for the maintenance and repair of refrigeration systems.


• Offer your customers the safe and cost-effective alternative: R407H from Daikin


R407H has a GWP less than 1,500 – a reduction of more than 60 percent compared to commonly used refrigerants. Depending on the application, R407H has equal or higher performance than existing refrigerants and yet uses only widely available HFC technology.


Contractors! Increase your competitiveness today: converting from R404A/R507 to Daikin’s R407H requires minimal effort and is substantially more cost competitive than alternative fl uids with similar GWPs.


Find out more about R407H: Tel.: +49 (0)211 179225-0 · daikinchem.de/refrigerants · refrigerants@daikinchem.de


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