ELIWELL R134A refrigerant gas is widely used in Automobile Air conditioning, Residential, Commercial, and Industrial Air conditioning. Also used in Medium Temperature Refrigeration, Commercial Refrigeration, Food processing, Storage Refrigeration, Industrial Refrigeration, Transport Refrigeration, and in High-Temperature heat pumps Available:
- Two & Three Slices Cans – (500/1000 Grams )
- Disposable Cylinders – (13.6Kg) (30lbs/15lbs/7.5lbs)
Product DescriptionEliwell R22 is a universal single-component HCFC Non-Toxic, Nonflammable Refrigerant with low Ozone depletion potential, widely used in Air-conditioning and Refrigeration applications. Eliwell R22 Used in Residential Air conditions, Split Units, Package Air conditioners, Chillers, Commercial Air conditioning and all type of Comfort cooling systems. Also used in Transport Refrigeration, Commercial and Industrial Refrigeration and other Refrigeration applications. Eliwell R22 is going through a mandatory phase-out, according to the schedule set by the Montreal Protocol in line with the international agreements on the management of Ozone-depleting chemicals use of R 22 is progressively being phased out stage by stage across the world. All the government authorities are curtailing the import of R22 to switch over to new generation Refrigerants. OEM’s and other users should consult with the Refrigerant Manufacturer for the alternative or retrofit refrigerants.
Eliwell R404A blends are suitable for Refrigeration applications like Food Display Cases, Deep Freezers, Storage Cases, Cold storage Rooms, Ice machines, Food processing units, Industrial Refrigeration. Available: 10.9 kg Cylinder
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 its lower environmental burden.