Centro Studi Galileo, the leading Italian training institute in the sectors of refrigeration, air conditioning and renewable energies, held a course on using split R290-based (propane) air-conditioning systems with 24 Chinese trainers in Yantai from 9-11 December 2018.
The training week coincided with the announcement of a commitment by major Chinese room air conditioner (RAC) makers – including Gree, Midea, and Haier – to selling no less than 220,000 propane (R290) split-type RAC units in the domestic Chinese market.
The course was theoretical and dealt with practical information on hydrocarbon refrigerants such as filling, market availability and safety.
For more on what the course covered, please visit the website.
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