Where are Tazzetti's branches based in the world?

Counting two business and production facilities in Europe, specifically in Italy and in Spain, and a strategic one in Asia, Tazzetti carries out business over an extensive territory through partnerships with clients in the 4 continents. To date Tazzetti's business activities cover 35 countries, including 20 EU member states and 15 countries in South America, North Africa and the Middle East.

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How are refrigerant fluids classified?

Regarding the identification of halogenated hydrocarbons, they are univocally designed with initials based on ASHRAE nomenclature (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers). Like the AHRI (Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute) and its definition of marketing specifications for refrigerant fluids, said organisation is not a regulatory institution. However, its identification of refrigerant fluids is a landmark that is universally acknowledged and accepted by companies.

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What is the difference between primary refrigerant fluids and heat transfer fluids?

Primary fluids are always used in compression refrigeration cycles that include a compression, condensation, expansion and evaporation sequence; therefore, they are direct expansion fluids because they directly evaporate in the utility that requires refrigeration.

Heat exchange fluids exchange heat with primary fluids to transfer cold into large circuits, thus optimising costs and safety because they are not hazardous fluids. This remarkably reduces levels of circulating primary fluids and the probability of accidental losses.

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What are refrigerant fluids?

A refrigerant fluid (or simply refrigerant) can be either a liquid or a gas that transfers heat from one system to another. Energy transfer can take place through latent heat exchange (evaporation, condensation) and/or through sensible heat exchange (heating, cooling).
Said fluids can be considered for other applications too. Starting from the market demand, refrigerant fluids that are used as blowing agents are reformulated to produce foams and aerosols, while solvents become a substitute for other fluids that cannot be used anymore.
 
 

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