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Briton R407C Refrigerant Gas

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Briton R407C Refrigerant Gas is a mixture of hydrofluorocarbons used as a refrigerant. It is a zeotropic blend of difluoromethane (R-32), pentafluoroethane (R-125), and 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane (R-134a). Difluoromethane serves to provide the heat capacity, pentafluoroethane decreases flammability, tetrafluoroethane reduces pressure. It is cost effective to replace R-22 with R-407C before there is an emergency. Preventive maintenance programs should include strong suggestions to replace ozone-depleting refrigerants such as R-22 with environmentally friendly refrigerants and it seems that R-407C has become the front runner.



Briton R407C Refrigerant Gas Physical Properties

Chemical NameDifluoromethane, Pentafluoroethane, Tetrafluoroethane
Chemical NotationCH2F2, CF3CHF2, CF3CH2F
Molecular Weight86.2
Boiling Point @ 1 Atm, (?F)-46.5
Freezing Point @ 1 Atm, (?F)-256
Critical Temperature (?F) (ASTM D-1321)186.86
Critical Pressure* (psia)671.49
Saturated Liquid Density @ 86?F, (lb/ft3)69.6
Specific Heat of Liquid @ 86?F, (Btu/lb??F)0.38
Specific Heat of Vapor @ Constant Pressure* (Cp), @ 86? and 1 Atm, (Btu/lb??F)0.18
Flammable range, %vol. in air (Based on ASHRAE Standard 34 with Match Ignition)None
ANSIASHRAE Standard 36-1992 Safety Group ClassificationA1

Additional information


11.3 kg, 2.8 kg, 650 g

1 review for Briton R407C Refrigerant Gas

  1. Nabeel


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