Gary de Silva, left, managing director of Clamens & Associates 2000 Ltd, and Alex Martinez, regional technical support manager of Carrier Inter-America Corporation, display the new ozone-friendly face of air conditioning, CIAC.

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Clamens goes ozone friendly

Air conditioning, once considered one of the major contributors to ozone depletion, is turning over a new “go green” leaf at Clamens, with the introduction of CIAC containing R-410A — a non-ozone depleting refrigerant.
In North America, R-410A has completely replaced the current ozone depleting R-22 cooling systems, in accordance with the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer (1997).
At the recent re-launch, Clamens and Associates 2000 Ltd reiterated its intention to provide the highest quality before and after sale service to customers.
This ozone-friendly product is available from authorised dealers at all points of Trinidad, including Tobago.
This is the future, the company says of its newly promoted ozone-friendly cooling systems.
The unprecedented “Earth-friendly” approach to air conditioning was introduced at Clamens’ recent CIAC re-launch at the Kapok Hotel, St Clair.
Clamens and Associates 2000 Ltd is the leading distributor of air conditioning in Trinidad and Tobago since 1983.
As World Environment Day approaches on June 5 Clamens was proud to announce it had joined the ranks of corporate entities marketing products that assist the planet.
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