Software designed to help refrigeration and air conditioning contractors manage their projects and track refrigerant usage is now accessible via mobile, ensuring compliance on the go.
The F gas software originally launched earlier this year, includes features for tracking individual refrigerant bottles; automated logbook record keeping; detailed data analysis; storage of service records and certificates, with the recent addition of waste transfer note generation.
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“We developed the software in partnership with Joblogic to help reduce the administrative burden of regulatory compliance, improving efficiency for contractors and allowing them more time to focus on growing their business.” Said Head of Refcom Graeme Fox “The introduction of the mobile app helps to simplify the process even further, allowing reporting to happen on the go.
The Refcom mobile module provides engineers the ability to make additions, removals and create waste transfer sheets for refrigerant gases when operating in the field, ensuring the correct gas and weights are used at all times. A check-in/out system tracks the whereabouts of cylinders and the system warns when cylinder rental periods are coming to an end to avoid unnecessary rental charges.
Refcom, which is managed by the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA), is the UK’s largest F gas register. Refcom members are entitled to claim one free user licence to use the software throughout the lifetime of their membership, equating to over £1,000 in free benefits over a typical three-year F gas certification period.
To find out more, or to claim your free Refcom member software user licence and take advantage of the new mobile features visit <a href="http://www.refcom.org.uk/software" target="_blank" rel="noopener">www.refcom.org.uk/software</a> or <a href="https://goo.gl/FNP46F" target="_blank" rel="noopener">www.joblogic.com/refcom</a>.