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What Is Refcom?

REFCOM is a UK-based organization that is responsible for regulating the refrigeration, air conditioning, and heat pump sector. It is the main organisation in the UK that is accredited by the government to certify businesses that install, maintain, and repair refrigeration, air conditioning, and heat pump systems.


REFCOM was established to ensure that these systems are installed, maintained, and repaired safely and efficiently. It provides a number of services, including certification, training, and technical support, to help businesses in the sector meet the necessary standards and regulations.


REFCOM certification is important for businesses in the refrigeration, air conditioning, and heat pump sector in the UK because it demonstrates that they are competent and reliable. It also helps to ensure that these systems are installed and maintained safely, protecting both the technicians and the general public.


In addition to its certification and training services, REFCOM also promotes best practice in the sector and works with industry partners to develop technical standards and guidance.


It is therefore critical that any customer, when sourcing or instructing an Air Conditioning company, ensures their choice of supplier is REFCOM registered.


Overall, REFCOM is an important organisation in the UK that helps to regulate the refrigeration, air conditioning, and heat pump sector, ensuring that these systems are installed, maintained, and repaired safely and efficiently.

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