(Shipping in at least 1 month) 25LB Steel Cylinder Packaging R410A Tank Cylinder Refrigerant for Air Conditioners

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Product Composition: R410A, a mixed refrigerant, is a mixture of 50% R32 (difluoromethane) and 50% R125 (pentafluoroethane).

Physical Characteristics: Under normal temperature and pressure, R410A is a colorless gas, not turbid and volatile, with boiling point of - 51.6 ℃ and freezing point of - 155 ℃. The compressed liquefied gas is stored in the steel cylinder.

Main Use: R410A is mainly used to replace R22 and R502, which is clean, low toxic, non combustible, and has good refrigeration effect. It is widely used in household air conditioners, small commercial air conditioners, household central air conditioners, etc.

Development Trend: R410A is an internationally recognized new environment-friendly refrigerant. In air conditioning applications, its working pressure is about 1.6 times that of ordinary R22 air conditioners, with high cooling (heating) efficiency and no ozone layer destruction. With the enhancement of people's environmental awareness, R410A replacement has been accepted and used by more and more people in the international market. R410A has replaced R-22 as the preferred refrigerant for residential and light commercial air conditioning and heat pump systems.

Does not destroy the ozone layer.ODP is 0.

Very low toxicity.

Non combustible.

High chemical and thermal stability.

Water solubility is almost the same as R22.

It is a mixed refrigerant composed of two refrigerants.

It is not miscible with mineral oil or alkyl benzene oil. (Soluble with POE [ester lubricating oil] and PVE [ether lubricating oil])


The buyer must be certified by EPA and show proof before payment and shipment. Through this purchase, you declare that you have obtained EPA certification, or that the product will be used by licensed technicians. Your payment will be used as your electronic signature. (Note: The Federal Clean Air Act restricts the sale and use of CFC and HCFC refrigerants, and is limited to technicians certified by EPA approved testing agencies.)

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