The heat pump is an efficient technology both for cooling (air conditioners, civil and industrial refrigerators, freezers) and for heating (in not too rigid climates, heating of rooms with heat pump is cheaper and cleaner than traditional gas boilers).
To work, however, the air conditioner uses fluorinated gases that have a strong impact on the greenhouse effect: it is estimated that a liter of gas contained in a domestic air conditioner, if dispersed in the atmosphere, pollutes as a car that makes 10 times the Milan -Palermo route.
For this reason, the legislator has made provision for personnel working with fluorinated gases to demonstrate their skills through independent certification. AJA Registrars Europe carries out certification activities for people working in contact with fluorinated greenhouse gases.
It is accredited by ACCREDIA (certificate no. 087 C, according to the UNI EN ISO 17024: 2012 standard) for the Certification according to the following Regulations:
AJA Registras Europe srl is also a body designated by the Ministry of the Environment pursuant to article 5, paragraph 1 of Presidential Decree no. 43/2012, dated 01-07-2013, as Certification Body for people according to Regulations (CE) no. 303:2008 and no. 304:2008.