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ELIWELL R407c Refrigerant

Eliwell R407C is a non-ozone depleting, non-toxic, and non-flammable refrigerant gas that can replace R22 in air-conditioning systems, with similar cooling capacity, energy efficiency, and pressures, and is available in various sizes. Available in: 11.3kg Cylinder

Forane® R-407C Refrigerant

A zero ODP zeotropic HFC blend which closely matches the properties of R-22. It can be used in many A/C and refrigeration applications in new or retrofitted R-22 installations. Polyolester lubricants should be used with R-407C due to immiscibility with mineral oil or alkylbenzene.

R407c Refrigerant – MAXRON


  • Two & Three Slices Cans – (320/340/500/1000 Grams )
  • Disposable Cylinders – (13.6Kg/6.8Kg/3.4Kg) (30lbs/15lbs/7.5lbs)
  • Refillable Cylinders – (6.5Kg/12Kg/60Kg)
  • Torpedo/Ton Tanks – (500kg/950kg)
  • ISO Tankers – (ISO Tank Contains 20,000 Kg)

R407C Refrigerant Gas – WESTRON

Westron R407C a Non-Ozone Depleting, Non-Toxic, Non-Flammable Refrigerant developed for Residential and Commercial Air-conditioning applications. Replaces R22 Gas


  • Two & Three Slices Cans – (320/340/500/1000 Grams )
  • Disposable Cylinders – (11.3Kg/6.8Kg/3.4Kg) (30lbs/15lbs/7.5lbs)
  • Refillable Cylinders – (6.5Kg/12Kg/60Kg)
  • Torpedo/Ton Tanks – (500kg/950kg)
  • ISO Tankers – (ISO Tank Contains 20,000 Kg)

R407c Refrigerant: An Environment Friendly Substitute for R22

R407c is an HFC blend in air conditioning systems with properties similar to R22. R407C made up of R32, R125, and R134a, has a zero percent Ozone Depletion Potential and a low global warming potential, making it an environmentally friendly refrigerant. R407c refrigerant gas is suitable for air conditioning in homes and light commercial buildings and direct expansion systems. It’s also used in refrigeration systems with a medium operating temperature.

The refrigeration capacity per unit volume and the refrigeration coefficient are 5% lower than R22 in air-conditioning circumstances; the refrigeration coefficient changes minimally in low-temperature conditions, while the refrigeration capacity per unit volume is lowered by 20%.

Applications of R407c

  • Commercial refrigeration
  • Industrial refrigeration
  • Commercial air-conditioning
  • Residential air-conditioning
  • Direct expansion fluid chillers

R407C Refrigerant: An Overview

Al Imran provides all of the primary types of refrigerants used in bus HVAC systems (R134a and R407C) and chooses the refrigerant dependent on the application. We recommend R407C for all-electric applications because it gives the most efficient outcomes, especially in hermetically sealed systems.

Since R407C operates at a greater pressure than R134a, it has a higher Coefficient of Performance in securely sealed systems. HVAC equipment is intended to perform efficiently with higher pressure refrigerants and has done so for more than ten years with R407C.

The Cost of R407C

The cost of R134a vs R407C is equivalent, with no major cost difference between the two. To preserve optimal operational efficiency. Refrigerant distribution units containing R407C can have refrigerant injected in the event of a leak.

To demonstrate this point, the refrigerant suppliers, WESTRON , allowed a system to leak 50% of its charge in vapor form before simply topping it off. They repeated this operation five times, which is an extreme circumstance, but after the fifth recharge, the system was evaluated and found to have lost just around 9% of its initial capacity.

Environmental Impact of R407C

It possesses thermos physical characteristics that are quite comparable to those of R-22. If you decide to go from R-22 to R407C, your refrigeration system should only require minor modifications. If you’ve been using R-22 for a while, you’ll notice that the components used in R-22 and R407C are nearly identical.

As the qualities and performance demonstrated, it is less hazardous to the environment than R22. R407C has the same global warming potential as R-22, but it has zero ozone depletion potential, which is one of the most critical considerations.