refrigerant gas (r410a)
R410A Refrigerant is widely used as a refrigerant in many air conditioning applications, usually packaged in rose colour cylinders.
Due to the nature of R410a properties which is of a HFC (hydrofluorocarbons) refrigerant, it does not has any ozone depletion potential (Zero ODP) and thus introduced as a greener choice for R22 for use in both residential and commercial air-conditioning products.
The manufacture and use of refrigerants in air-conditioners that cause ozone depletion and global warming are regulated under the Montreal Protocol and the Kyoto Protocol. Eventually conventional refrigerants such as HCFC (example R22) will be abolished within 2030 in both developed and developing countries.
Demand for R410a refrigerant and other HFC will gradually increase because of it’s lower environmental burden.
Some Challenges faced with other Unreliable Refrigerant
- ? Erratic Operation: Abnormal pipe temperature
- ? Poor Cooling: Insufficient cooling
- ? Parts Failure: High amounts of moisture found in compressor
- ? High Consumption: Results to unwanted higher electrical consumption
Follow 8 SIMPLE STEPS to charge R410A Refrigerant Gas:
Determine the amount of Refrigerant (kg) to be charged
Ensure Manifold Gauge Valves and Hoses are closed
Connect Pressure Gauge to Gas and Liquid stop valves
|Step 4||Connect Gauge to R410A Refrigerant Cyclinder|
|Step 5||Turn Refrigerant Cyclinder to Open|
Ensure Cyclinder is in upside-down position
Purge by opening hoses slightly (1 by 1) and close back
Open Gas side of Manifold Gauge and start charging