ACCREDITATIONSOur engineers are all fully trained to comply
with the latest FGAS regulations

We ensure our expertise and professionalism is
maintained throughout all projects large and small.

Brooks Refrigeration is environmentally responsible when handling refrigerants and has received F gas certification from REFCOM REF1013850. All our engineers are trained to the required standard to meet the requirements of the legislation to help companies properly maintain their equipment and stay within the law. Each engineer also carry’s a health & safety site pack which enables them to produce site specific risk assessment and method statements.

Brooks Refrigeration has introduced a system to assist companies in meeting the demands for adequate labelling and record-keeping required by the new law. Our maintenance packages will provide a comprehensive solution to meet the FGAS regulations. 

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ACCREDITATIONSRefcom F-Gas Certified

In line with the European Union F-Gas Regulation, from 4th July 2011 it became a legal requirement for all businesses who install, maintain or service stationary refrigeration, air conditioning, heat pump (RAC) equipment that contains “F gas” refrigerants to hold a Company Certificate issued by an appointed Company Certification Body. In addition, records must be maintained of all relevant repairs along with evidence of the contractors competence to carry out this type of work.

The Regulation requires companies and other organisations with air conditioning equipment, to ensure that the fluorinated greenhouse gases are contained within the systems.  All personnel carrying out works on equipment that contain F-Gas refrigerants must hold either City & Guilds 2079 or CITB Safe Handling of Refrigerants: Category 1 qualifications.

It is a legal requirement to make sure your
refrigeration system is well maintained.

All air conditioning and refrigeration systems contain refrigerant based gases as a coolant. So It is important to carry out pressure leak testing on a regular basis to ensure your system is not leaking refrigerant gas and causing damage to your system and the environment. It is a legal requirement to make sure your refrigeration system is well maintained. Owners of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment have a responsibility to ensure regular inspection takes place and leak testing carried out when required.

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