Being established in 18th of December 2007 and aiming for the development, production and sales of next generation environm
-entally friendly refrigerant, LEMY is spinned off with refrigerant related team from its mother company, YMSC and will be expected
to be empowered with more specialized and effective system.
Hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerants such as HFC-134a,
contain no chlorine and therefore have a zero ozone-depletion .
potential (ODP), however they can still contribute to the global
warming problem caused by green house gas emissions The potential of these refrigerants to contribute to global
warming is expressed in a relative scale, known as the Global Warming Potential or GWP.

Europe is currently taking steps to meet the Kyoto Protocol, which calls for quantitative reduction of greenhouse gases (including HFCs) for the period 2008-2012. Therefore Europe will be restricting the use of any refrigerant with a Global Warming Potential (GWP) in excess of 150. This means that even new residential air conditioners using HFC-410A and
MVAC systems using HFC-134a will be eventually banned.

In these circumstances, LEMY  has been developing new environment friendly refrigerants to replace conventional
refrigerants for several years and recently completed to submit the proposal of application to ASHRAE.
It can be expected that our environmental friendly refrigerants will be applied and widely used in the various industrial fields such as automobile A/C system, home electronic products and industrial ventilation system.
LEMY has already supplied those environment friendly refrigerants to Korea, Japan, South East Asian countries and Latin American countries for last 3 years and also has provided customized solution gases for many system air conditioning companies.




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