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Goodbye CFCs, HFCs and HCFCs
Hello organic, non-toxic, earth friendly HC blends

April 5, 2002 - Rathdrum, Idaho--Compressor and appliance manufacturers all over the world are beginning to market lines of products designed to accommodate hydrocarbon (HC) blend refrigerants. HC blends are thermally efficient, non-toxic and environmentally friendly where their synthetic counterparts are less efficient coolers, toxic to people and damaging to the environment.

HCs are the class of naturally-occurring substances that include propane, pentane and butane. More.....

OZ HC blend patent granted in U.S.

January 8, 2002 - Rathdrum, Idaho--After nearly 10 years of examination by the U.S. Patent Office, OZ Technology was granted the patent for refrigerant mixtures of hydrocarbons (HCs) January 8, 2002.

"HC blend patent approval is a sign that the U.S. is finally recognizing that natural, non-toxic earth-friendly hydrocarbon refrigerant blends are the most logical alternatives for refrigerants such as R-12 and HFC-134a," commented OZ CEO Gary Lindgren. More.....

Matsushita Launches Japan's First HC Refrigerator

November 8, 2001 - Osaka, Japan-based Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., best known for its Panasonic and National brand products, today announced the launch of NR-C32EP, the first refrigerator in Japan to use hydrocarbon (HC) refrigerant eliminating use of CFC (chlorofluorocarbon), HFC (hydrofluorocarbon), and HCFC (hydrochlorofluorocarbon). The new model, NR-C32EP will be introduced to the Japanese market on Feb. 1, 2002, at the suggested retail price of 140,000 (U.S. $1,159.40). An initial monthly production of 2,000 units is planned. More.....

Seminar-Workshop on Hydrocarbon Technology held at Don Bosco

March 1-2, 2001 - Representatives from the Philippine Ozone Desk, the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company, the Association of National Panasonic Authorized Service Centers, and Matsushita Electric Philippines Corporation (biggest manufacturer of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment in the region) attended a seminar-workshop on the Hydrocarbon Technology at the Manpower Training Department of the Don Bosco Technical Institute in Makati City. More.....

Coke Delivers

June 28, 2000 - In a remarkable response to the pressure being brought to bear on Coke over its reluctance to embrace natural refrigerants and improve energy efficiency through technological innovation, the company has now taken a lead and a set an example for the refrigeration industry to follow. Here's the latest: More.....

Unilever Using Hydrocarbon Refrigerants

September 2000 - Unilever is pledging to step up its move to more environmentally friendly refrigerants for its freezer cabinets once a pilot scheme launched at the Olympics in Sydney Australia to demonstrate the safety and efficiency of the equipment, is successfully completed. More.....