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Chiller Services Refrigerant Recovery and Reclamation is an EPA certified refrigerant reclaimer, 1 of the 53 refrigerant reclaimers in the United States. As a refrigerant recovery and reclaiming company, we can offer many different solutions to meet your needs. We recover any type of refrigerant, reclaim refrigerant, dehydrate refrigerant, provide cylinder service, purchase used refrigerant and sell reclaimed refrigerant in any quantity.
Reclamation is performed at our Los Angeles based facility allowing your refrigerant to be returned back to your jobsite within days. We help you get your system back on line as quick as possible, saving you money. We are fully insured and our highly skilled technicians are all EPA certified and trained to handle any size project.
Refrigerant recovery is performed utilizing our high volume recovery machines. The average recovery machine doesn't compare to the capability of our machines. We can recover refrigerant quicker, allowing your technicians to get the system back on line as quick as possible. Contact us to learn more about our refrigerant sales and services.
All reclaimed refrigerant meets the same standards as virgin material and is certified by a 3rd party lab to meet the ARI 700 standard.
The EPA has strict guidelines on how refrigerant is handled in the air conditioning industry. Service technicians must hold a Section 608 Technician Certification to perform service, repair or disposal of any appliance that contains refrigerant that could be released into the atmosphere. Refrigeration and air conditioning equipment that is typically dismantled on site before disposal (e.g., retail food refrigeration, central residential air conditioning, chillers, and industrial process refrigeration) has to have the refrigerant recovered in accordance with the EPA's requirements for servicing prior to their disposal.
EPA performs random inspections, responds to tips, and pursues potential cases against violators. EPA can access fines up to $37,000 per day for any violation of regulations.