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  • Why it is forbidden to mix the R22 and R410A refrigerants

    Why it is forbidden to mix the R22 and R410A refrigerants

    Because R22 and R410A have different compositions and pressures, R410A needs to be filled in liquid, and the thickness of the copper tube of the machine is also different, so it is forbidden to mix the two refrigerants. Maintenance measuring instruments and quantitative refrigerant charging equipmen... read more

    Aug 03,2020 News
  • Why should the refrigerant be filled in liquid?

    Why should the refrigerant be filled in liquid?

    Refrigerants can be divided into three categories: single working fluid refrigerants, non-azeotropic mixed refrigerants, and azeotropic mixed refrigerants. No matter whether the single-working-substance refrigerant is gaseous or liquid, its composition will not change, so it can be charged into gase... read more

    Jul 27,2020 News
  • Do you really understand the differences and precautions between R410a and R22?

    Do you really understand the differences and precautions between R410a and R22?

    Analysis of physical properties and advantages and disadvantages of R410A R410A is a HFCs refrigerant mixed with two working fluids of R32 and R125 at a mass fraction of 50% and 50%. R410a refrigerant is non-flammable, ODP is 0, and global warming coefficient value GWP is 2340, so R410a is not a tru... read more

    Jul 22,2020 News
  • Why do refrigerants remove moisture and air from the refrigeration system

    Why do refrigerants remove moisture and air from the refrigeration system

    Refrigerant is the working medium in the refrigerator. It is called refrigerant or refrigerant. It circulates in the refrigeration system. In the circulation flow, the refrigeration exchanges energy with the outside world through the change of its own thermal state, so as to achieve control. Refrige... read more

    Jul 16,2020 News
  • why the refrigerant charge is a key part of designing cooling systems

    why the refrigerant charge is a key part of designing cooling systems

    Optimizing refrigerant charge has always been a key part of designing cooling systems and balancing their efficiency, reliability, performance, and cost. But recently, that balance has shifted, and refrigeration engineers are once again looking at refrigerant as a key piece of the puzzle. There are ... read more

    Jul 07,2020 News
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