Refrigerant Parts, Types of refrigerant parts

Refrigerant parts speaks to what are refrigerant parts, types of refrigerant parts and why use refrigerant parts.

Part Numbers

To distinguish refrigerant parts a description of each with part numbers as assigned by manufacturer's is given. This list is provided for the ease of contractors when deciding what must be ordered to affect necessary repairs, as and when needed.

Parts numbers and a description are given for each refrigerant product and for each size container are given in the Refrigerant Reference Guide as presented in the Worldwide Refrigerant Supplier 2004 Fourth Edition.

There are 101 part numbers with description for Refrigerants.

An example of such:  Part No. 100R11, Description, 100 lb drum of refrigerant 11.

There are 10 part and model numbers with description for Recovery Containers.

An example of such:  Part No. 75RC40, Description, 30 LB Recover Cylinder ($75.00 Deposit).

There are 5 part numbers with description for Analytical Testing kits.

An example of such:  Part No. NRIHP, Description, High Pressure Liquid Refrigerant Test Kit.

There are 29 part numbers with description for Lubricants.

An example of such: Part No. 1501G, Description, 1 gallon container of refrigeration mineral oil, 150 SUS viscosity.

There are 11 part numbers with description for cylinder refurbishing.

An example of such:  Part No. CYLDISP  Description, Disposal of empty non-refillable cylinders.

Property Summary

A property summary is given for all ASHRAE # (trade name) for R-11 and R-12, R-13, R-22, R-23, R-123 and R-124, R-134a, R-401A and R-401B, R-402A and R-402B,       R-403B, R-404A, R-407C, R-408A, R-409A, R-410A, R-414B, R-416A, R-417A, R-500 and R-502, R-503,          R-507, R-508B

Information given is Components (Weight %), Type, Temp Glide (F), Lubricants and Comments.

An example of such is

ASHRAE Trade name, R-123

Components Weight %, pure

Type, HCFC

Temp Glide (F), 0

Lubricants, Mineral Oil or Alkyl Benzene

Comments< Similar to R-11 for low pressure centrifugal chillers. 


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