Common Used R22 Gas

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Property of chloride :

Boiling Point, °C

-40.8

Vapor Pressure, 30°C, Mpa

0.72

Molecular Weight

85.47

Flammability

A2

Specific Heat of Liquid,25,[KJ/(kg)]

0.31

Critical Temperature, °C

96.2

Critical Pressure, Mpa

4.99

ODP

0.055

GWP

0.17



Packing:

Disposable cylinder 30lb/13.6kg,50lb/22.7kg recyclable cylinder 400L, 800L, 926L,1000L, ISO-Tank

Versions:

Ice Loong;Netural; OEM    

Quality standard :

Purity, %

≤99.99

Moisture, PPm

≤10

Vapor Residue, PPm

≤100

Appearance

Colorless, No turbid

Odor

No Strange Stench

Acidity,PPm                                              ≤0.1

   

R22 is primarily used as a refrigerant compound as well as in the production of polystyrene and polyurethane foam plastics.It is the most common refrigerant worldwide,however,it is going away

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