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 How to Identify Refrigerant Gas?

Answer Refrigerants are classified by their chemical make-up, and each have an internationally recognized short name, used instead of the name of the gases' full chemical structure. If you want to identif... Read More »
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What is the difference between azeotropic refrigerant and zeotropic refrigerant?

Azotropic will only have one boiling or condensing point for each system pressure negligible fractionation or temperature glide will occur Zeotropic will have a range of boiling and condensing poi... Read More »
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Where can I purchase R-22 refrigerant or R-410a refrigerant?

Any refrigeration supplier provided you have the proper federal certification.
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How to Add AC Refrigerant?

The air conditioning system in your car requires refrigerant to keep the air cool. If the air is blowing normally but is not cold, adding refrigerant can cause your system to circulate cool air. Yo... Read More »
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How to Add Refrigerant Oil?

It is normal to lose a small amount of refrigerant oil from the air conditioning system over time. Slight leaks around seals during cold weather often cause loss of refrigerant as well as refrigera... Read More »
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