1) ODP - The ODP or Ozone Depletion Potential. The potential for a single molecule of the refrigerant to destroy the Ozone Layer. All refrigerants use R11 as a datum reference where R11 has an ODP = 1.0. The less the value of the ODP - the better the refrigerant is for the ozone layer and the environment.
2) GWP - The GWP, or Global Warming Potential. A measurement (usually measured over a 100-year period) of how much effect a refrigerant will have on Global Warming in relation to Carbon Dioxide. CO2 has a GWP = 1. The lower the value of GWP - the better the refrigerant is for the environment.
Currently there are no restrictions on the use of R134A, R407C, R410A, and R417A.
Air Conditioning systems - heating, cooling and dehumidification of indoor air for thermal comfort.
Material properties of gases, fluids and solids - densities, specific heats, viscosities and more.
Properties of saturated liquid Dichlorodifluoromethane - CCl2F2 - density, specific heat, kinematic viscosity, thermal conductivity and Prandtl number.
The quantity of heat absorbed from a refrigerated space.
Thermodynamic properties of saturated and superheated Dichlorodifluoromethane (CF2Cl2), like specific volume, enthalpy and entropy.
Properties of Refrigerant R22 Dichlorodifluoromethane - saturated liquid and saturated vapor - imperial and metric units.
Evaporation temperature, condensing temperature and refrigerant compressor capacity.
Thermodynamic properties of refrigerant R-134a.
Thermodynamic properties of R22, like vapor volume, enthalpy and entropy at pressures from 30 to 260 psia.
Common refrigerants and their color codes.
Refrigerants - Ozone Depletion (ODP) and Global Warming Potential (GWP).
Temperature and pressure chart for refrigerants R22, R410A, R12, R134A, R401A, R409A, R502, R404A, R507A, R408A and R402A.
Temperature and pressure diagram for constant boiling refrigerants - imperial and SI units.
Calculate compression work, coefficients of performance and more.
Ventilation required for refrigeration machinery and compressors in hot areas.
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