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Operators of refrigeration and air-conditioning systems which contain 3 kilograms or more of F gases need to keep records about their equipment.


The records must be able to identify each piece of equipment and include details about the quantity and type of F gas installed, any quantities of F gas added, the quantity of F gas recovered during servicing, maintenance and final disposal. The record should also identify the company or personnel who performed the servicing or maintenance, as well as the dates and where relevant results of leakage checks and leakage detection system checks.


We suggest you keep copies of records on site as they need to be made available on request to the regulator and to the European Commission.


Assessing the quantity of F gas on your site


If you have established you are using F gas in one or more systems on your site, the next step is to find out how much F gas is in each system. The starting point for establishing the refrigeration charge in a system is to check any attached labels, then check the instruction manual or in commissioning records, finally you might be able to get details from the plant manufacturer or the installation contractor.