Refrigerant R507 Use Introduction

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Refrigerant R507 Use Introduction

Posted By limin fluorinated     August 5, 2021    


   R410a refrigerant alias is R410a, and the trade names are Freon 410a, SUVA 9100, Genetron AZ-20, Genetron 410a and so on. Main uses of Refrigerant R507 and R410a refrigerants:


(1) R410a, as a medium and high temperature refrigerant widely used today, is mainly used in household air conditioners, medium and small commercial air conditioners (small and medium unit air conditioners, household air conditioners, multi-line), mobile air conditioners, dehumidifiers, refrigeration dryers, Refrigeration equipment such as marine refrigeration equipment and industrial refrigeration equipment.


  (2) R410a refrigerant is an alternative to Freon R22 in newly installed refrigeration equipment (usually air-conditioning systems). For refrigeration equipment initially installed with R22, R410a can be used to directly replace R22 during maintenance or replacement.


R410a  Fluorinated Solvent has a working pressure of 0.7-0.8MPa for cooling and 2.88-3.2MPa for heating. As R-410a is an HFC-type near-azeotropic environmentally friendly refrigerant, it is currently recognized and recommended by most countries in the world The mainstream medium and high temperature environmentally friendly refrigerants meet the standards of the US environmental protection organizations EPA, SNAP and UL, and meet the A1 safety level category of the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).