Tag Archives: #R-134a

Why you need to be Section 609 certified


Some new regulations concerning the requirement of technicians to be Section 609 certified will be put into place on January 1, 2018. They are: The final rule published November 2016 extends Section 608 requirements to HFCs. Starting Jan. 1, 2018, … Continue reading

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No, you cannot put R-134a into a HFO-1234yf system; here’s why…


We have received some questions about putting R-134a into HFO-1234yf system and here’s why you should not do that from EPA. From the 2015 EPA SNAP Final Rule: For vehicles for which the manufacturer counts air conditioning credits toward its … Continue reading

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R-?


By Andy Fiffick,Chairman and CEO MACS Worldwide-Owner Rad-Air Car Care “It’s clear to most automotive service technicians by now that buying and handling A/C refrigerants is a lot more complicated than it used to be. Even when R-12 was the … Continue reading

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