Do you have used, contaminated, or even burnt refrigerants that are bogging down your day to day operations? Refrigerant Services is here to help. We offer EPA certified recovery services for all size companies experiencing refrigerant management problems. We come to you for on-site recovery to take the hassle and stress out of the process. If you are looking to partner with a company that understands your industry call us today at 844-PURECFC (787-3232) to learn more.

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Learn About Our Refrigerant Buy Back Program

Scott Stanley - Monday, July 23, 2018
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Buy Back Program

If you have your own business, it’s likely that you’re using refrigerants in some way – HVAC equipment and refrigeration units are becoming more and more... Read more

2018 Michigan Refrigerant Buy Back Program

If you have your own business, it’s likely that you’re using refrigerants in some way – HVAC equipment and refrigeration units are becoming more and more important for modern industries. Basic creature comforts are a key component of maximizing your employees’ productivity. All these devices work through the use of refrigerants – but it’s become increasingly clear that not all refrigerants are safe to use. The Montreal Protocols governing the use of refrigerant chemicals that can negatively affect the environment mandates that many of the refrigerants that have been commonly used in the past will be phased out. By 2020 most of the old standbys will be completely phased out. Transitioning from these older refrigerants such as R-22 to newer, cleaner alternatives sounds like it might cost a pretty penny – but it doesn’t have to with our Buy Back Program. If you operate your business in Ohio, Indiana, or Michigan, we believe we can help. Let’s break down exactly what happens:

What happens under our Buy Back Program?

In our Buy Back Program, we recover used, contaminated, or even burnt refrigerant. Not only that – we’ll even pay you for whatever we can recover! With this program we give you several options: we either give you back good-as-new refrigerants, buy it from you, and last but not least, we can exchange your used refrigerants for EPA-compliant and environmentally safe types of refrigerants.

When recovering your refrigerants, we make sure to squeeze every last bit of remaining refrigerant while removing contaminants which may still be present in them. This is our way of making sure that you get the highest value for your refrigerants.

We at Refrigerant Services LLC work quickly and efficiently so that your daily business operations are not interrupted or hampered. To avoid accidents such as leaks and wasted refrigerant, we separate the refrigerant from the contaminants using cutting-edge technology to ensure that we extract with the highest purity and volume possible. Not only that – after completing all recovery procedures, our team will inspect the surrounding area for any remaining chemicals so that we can ensure that your workplace is safe.

We want to create a relationship with your business

Suffice to say the biggest advantage for you is a new revenue stream from us paying you for your old, used refrigerants – but that’s not all you’re getting. You’re also entering into a relationship with Refrigerant Services LLC as we step toward a cleaner, brighter, healthier, and more eco-friendly future. We don’t just want to make money with you; we want to help you make a difference!

All you have to do to get started is to get in touch with us and we’ll schedule a convenient time for our refrigerant specialists to come by and perform the extraction of all harmful refrigerants. Just to be clear, these are specialized skills that require training and licensing, and Refrigerant Services LLC’s teams have accomplished both. We take pride in being an EPA-certified team specializing in the recovery of used, contaminated, and burnt refrigerants; and all of our equipment is of the highest industry standard.

We’ll make it hassle-free

Now, most other refrigerant companies would leave the consolidation of these potentially dangerous chemicals up to you. But we at Refrigerant Services LLC want to make this process as easy and hassle-free as possible. To that effect, we can handle the entire process from start to finish – on-site recovery, consolidation, and pick-up are part of the package when you sign up for our Buy Back Program.

If your business uses refrigerants and has old, used, or dirty refrigerants going unused, we can help! You might be surprised at just how much we can give you for it – and you’ll have the knowledge that your actions are, in a way, helping create a cleaner, greener future. All you have to do is pick up the phone and give us a call at 844-PURECFC (787-3232). If you don’t have time for a lengthy phone call to discuss how we can assist you, we also have an online contact form that you can fill out – we’ll get in touch with you at a more convenient time.

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R22 and Your Air Conditioner – Things to Know

Scott Stanley - Friday, June 22, 2018
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R-22 Recovery

With the approach of summer and warmer temperatures, your HVAC system is going to take on extra workload to maintain comfortable indoor temperatures... Read more

2018 Michigan R-22 Recovery Services

With the approach of summer and warmer temperatures, your HVAC system is going to take on extra workload to maintain comfortable indoor temperatures. Obviously, the longer you run your HVAC system, the higher your electric bill will be. But what are the other effects this hot weather will have on your air conditioning and your refrigerants? The fact that an air conditioner runs more frequently during hot weather means that the system sustains a higher level of wear and tear. Regular maintenance helps alleviate this problem—a spring maintenance visit will check on any issues that may have cropped up over the winter season.

However, high heat puts another stress on an HVAC unit: it makes it more difficult for it to move heat from inside the building to the outside. An HVAC unit is a heat exchanger, absorbing thermal energy from the interior of a building and then releasing it to the outside. When the outside temperature is extremely high, it makes it harder to eject that heat. Let’s think back to our high school science classes: heat moves toward areas of lower heat. Adding to this strain is all the extra heat making its way into the building at the same time.

Let’s break down how your HVAC and refrigerants actually work:

First, we have to understand how a cooling system works. Any cooling system is simply a mechanism that powers a cooling device—from refrigerators to air conditioners. A cooling system involves a refrigeration cycle. The five main components of a refrigeration cycle include the following: fluid refrigerant (most commonly R-22), a compressor, condenser coils, evaporator coils, and an expansion device.

The refrigerant is the lifeblood of a cooling system. It flows throughout the device and undergoes phase transitions so it can move freely inside the system. Refrigerant passes through the compressor and coils to allow the system to produce cool air.

The compressor controls the flow of the refrigerant—it controls how much refrigerant is release and the speed at which is travels, depending on your HVAC or refrigeration settings. The compressor increases the pressure of the refrigerant and pushes it toward the condenser coils located on the outside of the cooling system. When the hot vapor refrigerant comes into contact with the cooler air from outside, the refrigerant condenses and changes back into a liquid. The cold refrigerant then flows toward the evaporator coils inside the cooling system.

This cold refrigerant absorbs heat energy from the ambient air inside the building, and the result is cooler air. Finally, the refrigerant, having absorbed enough heat, evaporates back into a gas. It flows back toward the compressor, and the entire cycle begins anew.

What does this mean?

The refrigerant is the main player in the evaporation and condensation processes integral to the cooling system. Without the refrigerant, the entire process would not be possible. So, what happens when your refrigerant can’t transmit heat back into the outside air? It may be because the outside temperatures are so high that the heat is near equal or the refrigerant itself is dirty, old, or contaminated. The result is that your HVAC system won’t be nearly as efficient as it would be. Every part of the cooling system will have to work harder to deal with the stresses of higher ambient temperatures. At the very least, your refrigerant is going to degrade quickly if your cooling system continues to be stressed. Thankfully, there’s a relatively easy fix: our Buy Back Program.

When you sign up for the Buy Back Program, you’ll have three options available to you. First, we can give you good-as-new refrigerants in return for your used, contaminated, or burnt refrigerants. Second, we can buy your old or used refrigerants at very competitive rates. And last, but not least, we can exchange your used refrigerants for EPA-compliant and environmentally safe types of refrigerants. In addition to the state-of-the-art technology we use to minimize leaks and toxic contamination, after completing all recovery procedures our team will inspect the surrounding area for any leakage or unwanted waste in order to ensure that your workplace is safe.

If you want to learn more about our Buy Back Program, simply call us at 844-PURECFC (787-3232). You can also opt to use our online contact form. We at Refrigerant Services LLC are fully certified to handle and recycle your old refrigerants so you can be sure that you’re getting the best quality service and safety for your employees.

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