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Updated Facts On 2015 HCFC-225 Usage Ban

Published by: Techspray

Beginning January 1, 2015, HCFC-225 (also called “AK225”), a common precision solvent for high-end cleaning, will be banned for usage, per the Clean Air Act under the Montreal Protocol. What sounds like a straightforward statement, actually becomes more complex as one reads into the regulations and the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) definitions of key terms. This white paper delves into the regulations and provides clarification regarding the HCFC-225 phase-out's effect on end-users.
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Published: January 28, 2023 Lang: ENG
Type: Whitepaper Length: 4 pages

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