Infographic explains F-gas challenges
The infographic, which explains the situation in a very simple way, is produced in a way that means it can be printed out as a poster, used as a handout and shared through the web and social media.
Bristol-based Climalife says it recognises that there is concern that whilst many of the manufacturers, contractors and consultants consider themselves ready for change, some customers perhaps require more information to better understand the reasons for acting sooner and what they should be looking to do right now.
“An infographic has the ability to translate often complicated data or messaging into a
simpler and captivating experience,” commented Climalife’s marketing co-ordinator Mel Summers.
“We hope that the cooling industry can find benefit in this easy to digest visual and encourage everyone to use and share.”
More information on the 2018 F-Gas Challenge Infographic here.
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