Mobile apps

GWP-ODP CALCULATOR

This application was designed for Montreal Protocol National Ozone Units and should also be useful for other related stakeholders. It is intended to help in understanding and data reporting under the Montreal Protocol. The application allow you to easily convert ODP, CO2-eq and metric quantities of refrigerants and other chemicals.
  • Helps in understanding and reporting under the Montreal Protocol (and for your future commitments under the Kigali Amendment)
  • The calculator will automatically perform the conversion between metric tonnes, ODP tonnes and/or CO2-equivalent tonnes (or kg) and display the corresponding converted values
  • The app includes both single component substances and refrigerant blends
  • The components of a mixture and their relative proportions (metric, ODP, CO2-eq) are also displayed.

Available for free from the Google Play Store and iTunes/App Store. Type “GWP ODP CALC” to search for the app

Full instructions are included in the app

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Languages: English

Released: September 2017

Download the app for free from the Google Play Store and iTunes/App Store, or scan QR Code below.

    

 

'WHAT GAS?'

Get OzonAction's latest mobile application - "WHAT GAS?" and search OzonAction's chemicals database of ODS, HFCs and their alternatives. Customs and Enforcement officers can quickly obtain additional information when handling shipments of substances controlled under the Montreal Protocol. National Ozone Officers and stakeholders will find this tool handly and helpful.

'WHAT GAS?' will help you quickly find the following information on any specific refrigerant and other chemicals:

  • Chemical name, formula, and type
  • ASHRAE designation
  • Trade names
  • HS code
  • CAS and UN numbers
  • Montreal Protocol Annex and Control measures
  • Ozone depleting potential (ODP)
  • Global warming potential (GWP)
  • Blend componentsToxicity and flammability class
  • Main uses

Languages: English

Released: April 2017

Download the app for free from the Google Play Store or  iTunes/App Store, or scan the QR Code below. 

 

REFRIGERATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING TECHNICIAN VIDEO SERIES

UN Environment OzonAction has launched an exciting new mobile application consisting of a series of short instructional videos on techniques, safety and best practice for refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) technicians. This serves as a complementary training tool for technicians to help them revise and retain the skills they have acquired during hands-on training. The app is part of OzonAction’s portfolio of activities and tools to help enhance the knowledge and skills of technicians in the servicing and maintenance of RAC systems.

OzonAction provides assistance to various stakeholders in developing countries, including technicians, to achieve and maintain compliance with the Montreal Protocol. The videos were produced in collaboration with Bundesfachschule Kälte Klima Technik.

 

The videos cover the following topics:

  • Basic Tools
  • Copper Tube Handling
  • Bending
  • Copper-Copper Connections
  • Copper-Brass Connections
  • Flaring
  • Press-Fit Connections
  • Leak Detection (soap solution)
  • Evacuation
  • Refrigerant Charging
  • Connecting RAC Unit to Manifold
  • Electronic Leak Detection
  • Refrigerant Recovery
  • Thermal Insulation
  • Preparing the Cables

Languages: English, French, Spanish, German

Released: 22 February 2017

Download the app for free from the Google Play Store or  iTunes/App Store, or scan the QR Code below.


 

 

 

 

 


 

OZONACTION eDOCS+ PUBLICATIONS AND AWARENESS MATERIALS

Get the OzonApp eDocs+ and consult the latest OzonAction publications and awareness materials directly on your mobile device.  This application includes publications, videos, fact sheets and other awareness materials to help National Ozone Units (NOUs) and other stakeholders to build their capacity to implement the  Montreal Protocol in a sustainable manner and at the same time to derive climate benefits. 

Languages: English

Released: 12 February 2016

Download the app for free from the Google Play Store or  iTunes/App Store, or scan the QR Code below.