Air conditioners with R410A Refrigerant are not only carbon neutral,they are also longer lasting and more resilient under extreme operating conditions - meaning less maintenance and greater savings for the average consumer.

Since R-22 will no longer be produced after 2010 the EPA estimates that supplies of R-22 will be extremely scarce by 2015. While current supplies of R-22 refrigerant can be recycled and reused in limited quantities, it will become increasingly expensive and impractical to use. Switching to an air conditioner that runs on R410A refrigerant will help you prevent the dangers of obsolescence of current units that rely on R-22.

R410A is approved by EPA

Ground breaking studies conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have concluded that a more sustainable approach is needed to prevent the coming environmental catastrophe. To this effect, the Montreal Protocol has been signed in an effort for the US and European Union to phase out all industrial chemicals that depletes the atmospheric ozone layer. It is mandated that all refrigerant manufacturers must stop producing R-22 by 2010. What this means for the average consumer is that any new air conditioner units bought after 2010 will be powered by R-410A or another non-toxic alternative.

R410a refrigerant is standard for cooling systems

While R-410A is currently more expensive than R-22, this will change as supplies of R-22 are eventually depleted and more and more manufacturers switch to newer technology. It makes no sense to buy a new air conditioner today that runs on R-22 refrigerant as it is guaranteed to be expensive to maintain and difficult to replace. Air conditioners using R-410A are rapidly becoming the standard for home cooling systems.

Green R410A refrigerant

Use R410a and protect environment

Such is the overwhelming scientific evidence against the dangers of R-22; industrialized countries around the world have taken major steps to find an alternative refrigerant for their air conditioners and fridges. As such, there has been a global multi pronged approach to switch from R-22 to R410A Refrigerant. This is done in the following ways
  • Through legislation. The United States and European Union countries have banned R-22 and any other industrial chemicals responsible for depleting the ozone.
  • Air conditioner manufacturers have taken the initiative to create new models using compressors that use the non-ozone depleting R-410A as a refrigerant.
  • Contractors and technicians have learned to install and maintain new central and window air conditioners using the R410A refrigerant.

Future of Refrigerant

R410A Refrigerant protects Ozone layer 

The refrigerant inside your fridge or air conditioner is the driving force by which it cools. For decades the refrigerant R-22 was used in air conditioners, but this is soon going to change. The problem lies within the severe ozone depleting properties of R-22. R-22 emits chlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs), a chemical that destroys our planets protective ozone layer.

This is especially dangerous, since atmospheric ozone is the Earth's main line of defense against deadly ultraviolet light from the sun. Due to its ozone destroying properties, R-22 has been proved to be a harmful to life on Earth. Without the protective layer of the ozone layer, ultraviolet light from the sun hits the Earth's surface directly. Eventually this can result in the doomsday scenario of rising sea levels and melting polar ice caps, which will destroy coast infrastructure around the world.

With enough UV light, the Earth would heat up to such an extent that life cannot be sustained. In due time this can lead to catastrophic consequences of every animal and plant slowly becoming endangered and dying out. Obviously no one wants this to happen, and the switch to a less toxic refrigerant is already underway