What do you need to know about the new Clearance refrigerants
A new type of refrigerant has become a fixture in Canada’s household fridge system.
Hier, a type of organic polyethylene, is a new type with a wide range of health benefits.
Its main ingredient is a plant-derived sugar, which is called agave nectar.
Agave nectars are a natural sweetener found in many fruits and vegetables.
The new refrigerant, Hier, is manufactured in Germany and made from agave syrup, a plant source of sugar that is widely used in other products.
The new product, Hél, is the first of its kind in Canada.
“The Hélfo is a cleaner alternative to conventional refrigerants because it uses agave and it is biodegradable,” said Dr. Michael O’Brien, an allergist with the Canadian Diabetes Association.
What’s the difference between a refrigerant and a gas?
Gas refrigerants use a gas to freeze foods, such as ice cream and sauces.
A refrigerant is made of materials that help keep food cold.
Most refrigerants can be used for one or two uses.
But refrigerants with a variety of uses can have many different uses.
Some are used to keep food warm, while others are used as food preservatives or to keep refrigerators cold.
Some refrigerants are made of a specific chemical.
Others are made from a combination of chemicals.
The most common types of refrigerants used in Canada are:Hier:A plant-based, agave-based product that contains agave sugarHélfe:A chemical compound made from the agave plant.
They both have the same ingredient, agaves syrup.
The company that makes Hélo said the new product was approved by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).
The company has received regulatory approval from the Canadian Environmental Protection Agency (CEPA) for use in Canada and other countries.
Canada has been the first country to approve Héli, but other countries are considering similar products as they look to develop their own versions.
In the U.S., there are other refrigerant brands that include agave.
But some health experts have questioned the safety of Hélos.
Studies in Europe and Japan have found Hélican products to be linked to allergic reactions.
Other scientists have said that the chemicals in Hélio are not carcinogenic and that they do not pose a health risk.
Hier is made in Germany, but there are companies making Hélenas and Hélefas around the world.
According to the CFIA, the Héligo product has been approved in the U, U.K. and Japan, but not in Canada or other countries, such, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain and Sweden.
Dr. O’Bryan said the Canadian industry is ready for Héles.
“There is no doubt in my mind that we are at the beginning of the next industrial revolution in the refrigerant industry,” he said.
He said that he would not be surprised if Hélaes become more popular, with Hélimaes being used in a lot of places like China, Brazil, India and Brazil.
“Canada is the world leader in refrigerant production,” he added.