R141b in Disposable Cyl

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Cleaning Agent;
Foaming Agent

Dichlofluoroethane(R141b)

R141b (HCFC-141b) is the leading substitute blowing agent for CFC-11 in rigid foam insulation materials which are widely used for residential and public constructions, home applications and transport vehicles.

Properties:

Index

Unit

R141b

Chemical   formula

CH3CCl2F

Molecular   weight

g/mol

117.0

Boiling Point   101.3 KPa(°C)

°C

32.1

Freezing Point   101.3 KPa(°C)

°C

-103.5

Critical Pressure

KPa

4640.2

Critical   Temperature (°C)

°C

210.2

Saturated   liquid density (25°C)

Kg/m3

1227

Specific heat (25°Cliquid)

KJ/kg·k

1.17

ODP

0.11

GWP

0.09

Quality Specification:

Index

Quality   Performance

Appearance

Bright &   Clear Liquid

Odor

No strange   stench

Purity %≥

99.9%

Moisture %≤

0.005

Acidity(as HCL)   %≤

0.00001

Evaporation   residue %≤

0.01

Chlorides(Cl-) test %≤

0.0003

R141b Packing: 13.6kg/30lb; 30kg, 250kg drum.


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