Promoting the use of hydrocarbons through training, to replace ozone-depleting substances in refrigeration and air conditioning appliances and systems
Seychelles Institute of Technology works in close partnership with the Ozone Unit of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources for introducing hydrocarbon refrigerants and its blends as replacements in the domestic and commercial refrigeration and air conditioning industry in the country. SIT isthe only technical and vocational educational and training (TVET) professional centre engaged in providing training in refrigeration and air conditioning to the country's technicians.
Best Practice Training and Education
Promoting the use of hydrocarbons through training and education. The SIT leads an on-going project that offers rebates for households replacing their old CFC-12 and R134a refrigerators, with new, more energy...