Refrigerant R410a in 25LB

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1. net weight: 800g
2. 1L strong cylinder
3. purity>99.9%

Physical Properties

Molecular Weight 72.58

Boiling Point at 1 atm (101.3 kPa) -52.7°C

Critical Temperature 72.5°C

Critical Pressure 4964.2 kPa

Critical Density 0.500 g/cm3

Liquid Density at 30°C 1038.2 kg/m3

Liquid Heat Capacity at 30°C 1.78 kJ/(kg•°C)

Vapor Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure

at 30°C and 1 atm (101.3 kPa) 0.85 kJ/(kg•°C)

Heat of Vaporization at Boiling Point 256.7 kJ/kg

ODP 0

GWP 0.29

Packaging and Storage

R-410A is available in disposable steel cylinders (11.3kg/30lb), returnable steel cylinders (800kg/926L). The filling ratio is not more than 0.87kg/L.

Cylinders should be stored in cool, dry and well-ventilated area away from sunlight and rain.


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