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Daikin UK trains 1,000 engineers on R32

UK: Daikin has now trained 1,000 UK engineers on the use of the “mildly flammable” refrigerant R32 since first offering the course in November last year.

Designed and launched by Daikin UK and delivered at its nationwide training facilities, the course provides installers with the essentials on installing, commissioning and servicing R32 systems, inline with the 2015 F-gas regulations and the EN378 update.

The R32 System Installations – Are You Ready? programme also details the current Daikin UK 2017 R32 product line-up, and includes a question and answer session on safety considerations including transporting and storing R32. Forthcoming course are scheduled to run in Woking, Glasgow, Bristol, Manchester and Birmingham.

“Reaching this incredible target of 1,000 trained installers is a clear demonstration of the on going need to understand the continuing changes, legislative drivers and practicalities throughout the sector’s F-Gas journey, said Daikin UK’s project manager for DX Martin Passingham.

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