R507c Refrigerant

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Replace r22 gas refrigerator filling r507 refrigerant gas

R507c REFRIGERANT GAS is a colorless gas under ordinary temperatures, and a colorless & transparent liquid under the pressure of itself, mixed by HFC-143and HFC-125. And it is substitute for R502, used mainly in the low temperature refrigerating systems.

Product:Mixed refrigerant R507
Property of chloride :
Molecular Weight98.86
Boiling Point, °C-47.1
Critical Temperature, °C70.9
Critical Pressure, Mpa3.79
Solubility(water, 25°C), %0.89
Packing:Disposable cylinder 25lb/11.3kg; Recyclable cylinder 400L, 800L, 926L; ISO-Tank.
Quality standard :
Purity, %≥99.8
Moisture, PPm≤10
Acidity, PPm≤1
Vapor Residue, PPm≤100
AppearanceColorless, No turbid
OdorNo Strange Stench
Application:Retrofited refrigerant for R22 and R502.

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