R470a (HFO) 28 oz. "NO-HFC's" A1-ASHRAE Certified, EPA SNAP Approved Replacement
*True Drop-In Replacement for R410
*No Oil Changes
*No System Changes Required
*Made in the USA
The only refrigerant for all R410a applications!
R470a is the LOWEST GWP and the Only NON-FLAMMABLE Retrofit Replacement Refrigerant for R410A
R470a has an ASHRAE designation of R470A and is now available in the United States.
This revolutionary refrigerant is the only retrofit replacement for R410A in existing systems.
R470A is EPA SNAP approved and A1 ASHRAE certified as non-flammable and non-toxic.
The refrigerant does not require design modifications or component changes.
R470a can operate with existing polyol ester (POE) oils present in R410A systems.
R470a is an HFO blend, which is the environmentally friendly alternative to the commonly used HFC blend in other refrigerants.
Using R470a as a replacement is easy.
Just use the same tools, test instruments, and recovery machines as you use with a R410A system.
R470A can accommodate state and federal legislation as they phase out high-GWP refrigerants, such as R410A with a 2088 GWP.
R470A is formulated to be trouble-free and works with all R410A compressors, system components and POE oils.
R470a has similar properties to R410A, including discharge pressure, discharge temperature, energy efficiency, and cooling capacity.
R470a adds up to an ideal replacement for R410a.
Clearly label the system to show it contains R470A.
1) Ensure the right equipment is available (e.g., recovery unit and cylinders, container for recovered lubricant, vacuum pump, weighing scales, replacement drier, etc.)
2) Record baseline data to establish the normal operating conditions for the equipment
3) Check the manufacturer’s specifications for the unit to find the recommended R410A charge in order to determine the amount of R470A to add.
4) Replace the filter/drier if moisture is suspected in the system. This is not necessary on a sealed system.
5) Having evacuated the system, liquid charge the unit with R470A up to 90% of the original charge amount of R410A and then compare to baseline data.
6) Switch on the unit and compare the baseline data, monitor sight glasses, suction line pressure and temperature, and discharge temperature; add additional R470A up to the recommended R410A system charge amount as needed.
7) Where a thermostatic expansion valve (TXV) is present, and for optimum performance, make adjustments to attain the sweet spot.
This is not necessary for residential systems.
8) Check system thoroughly for leaks; and repair as needed.
9) Clearly label the system to show it contains R470A. You will receive a label with the refrigerant.
Switch on the unit and compare the baseline data, monitor sight glasses, suction line pressure and temperature, and discharge temperature; add additional R470A up to the recommended R410A system charge amount as needed.
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