A-Gas doubles separation capacity in Texas


A-Gas has completed the construction of its new refrigeration separation towers at its Rhome, Texas plant – a move that will more than double the separation capacity at the site.

Sharing the news recently, A-Gas said the multi-million-dollar project will enable reclamation of mixed refrigerants received from customers across the US.

According to a statement, even most complicated mixes of refrigerants, including HCFCs, HFCs, and HFOs can be separated into valuable components and reconstituted into AHRI-700 certified products through the new technology. 

Commenting on the development, Mike Armstrong, President, A-Gas in the Americas said, “The demand for high-quality reclaimed refrigerants grows yearly. As the United States prepares to enter its virgin HFC phasedown, this system will provide an efficient and valuable service to our customers and supply partners.”

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