New Wholesale Partners in the Mid-West

If you have looked at the DynaCycle map on our website lately, you have noticed a significant amount of growth across the country. The DynaCycle recycle program is unquestionably the fastest growing program in the industry. In the coming weeks, we will be adding 40 to 50 locations across the midwest portion of the the U.S. We are currently in discussions with a number of major wholesalers in this area and will be announcing new partners very soon.

If you know a fellow wholesaler who is interesting in the program, please let us know.

DynaCycle Extends Trade-in & Trade-up Program

Program to run through May 2012

The program that allows participating contractors to exchange one 50 lb. or two 30 lb steel cylinders containing a total minimum of 30 pounds of tier one R-22 in exchange for a new DynaCycle Cylinder has been extended through the May .  The program has been met with a strong response from the contracting community at large.

DynaCycle has advertised the program heavily during the months of March, April and May. With new wholesalers now coming on board, we want to make sure that these contractors get an opportunity to participate in program and receive the best cylinder in the industry.

Cregger Company Added to DynaCycle Network

Adding  Locations  in  the  Southest…

Cregger  Company  is  a Wholesale  Distributor  of Plumbing  and  HVAC Supplies  throughout South  Carolina,  North Carolina,  Georgia,

Kentucky,  and  Illinois.  Founded  in  1978  by  Morris  Cregger,  the company  has  doubled  in  size  every  5  years  and  continues  to  grow rapidly.  Cregger  Company  intends  to  continue  to  develop  and promote  themselves  as  a  leader  and  pioneer  in  the  Wholesale Industry.    Cregger’s  philosophies  are  simple  and  straightforward… We  strive  every  day  to  achieve  the  best  possible  results  for  their customers  in  everything  they  do.

Global Demand for Flourochemicals to Increase

3.9%  Increase  Annually  Through  2016

Worldwide  demand  for  flourine-­containing  chemicals  is  expected  to increase  3.9%  annually  to  3.5  million  metric  tons  in  2016.    This  information was  released  by  Reportlinker.com  and  reported  on  by  AZoM.

Growing  production  of  refrigeration  and  cooling  equipment  is  driving  the numbers.    HCFC  demand  will  fall  through  2016,  while  HFCs  will  continue strong  growth  as  a  replacement  to  HCFCs.  Forecasts  show  the  largest market  growth  in  the  Asia-­Pacific  region  with  smaller  Africa  -­  Mideast  and Eastern  European  markets  showing  above-­average  gains.

This  report  uncovered  several  challenges  to  flouro  chemical  production. China  is  a  major  exporter  of  fluorospar  and  has  been  restricting  exports  of this  key  raw  material.    As  those  of  us  in  the  HVAC/R  industry  well  know, the  unstable  regulatory  environment  makes  supply  and  demand  a  bit unpredictable.    There  is  also  a  growing  market  for  alternatives  to  flouro-­ chemical  use  in  the  commercial  refrigeration  market  and  blowing  agents market.

The full article may be found by clicking Here.
AZoM, July 6, 2012, Cameron Chai