Q-2, r. 29 - Regulation respecting halocarbons

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10. A person who services, repairs, converts or dismantles components of a refrigeration or air conditioning unit or fire extinguisher that contain halocarbons must first recover the halocarbons into a container designed for that purpose using the appropriate equipment.
The same requirement applies where the person repairs or dismantles a pressurized halocarbon container.
In addition, recovery of the halocarbons of a refrigeration or air conditioning unit, other than the unit in a vehicle or a unit designed for household use, must be carried out using the appropriate equipment meeting AHRI Standard 740-1998, Refrigerant Recovery/Recycling Equipment, published by the American Air-Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Institute.
The disconnecting of a fire extinguisher cylinder where the operation is performed without causing a halocarbon leak is excluded from the application of the first paragraph.
O.C. 1091-2004, s. 10; 201-2020O.C. 201-2020, s. 8.
10. A person who services, repairs, converts or dismantles components of a refrigeration or air conditioning unit or fire extinguisher that contain halocarbons must first recover the halocarbons into a container designed for that purpose using the appropriate equipment.
The same requirement applies where the person repairs or dismantles a pressurized halocarbon container.
In addition, in the case of a refrigeration or air conditioning unit having a power rating equal to or greater than 4 kW or a unit other than a household unit, the halocarbons must be recovered using the appropriate equipment meeting or exceeding the American Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute Standard ARI-740 (1998): Standard for Refrigerant Recovery/Recycling Equipment.
The disconnecting of a fire extinguisher cylinder where the operation is performed without causing a halocarbon leak is excluded from the application of the first paragraph.
O.C. 1091-2004, s. 10.