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Is R410A a problem for the recycling?

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Is R410A a problem for the recycling?

R410A has a low boiling point and requires high pressure and low heat exchange temperatures in order to be properly liquefied. Degassing for instance R12 units (refrigerators) alongside R410A containing AC units requires a carefully dosed intake of the refrigerant into the condensing unit. Otherwise R12 can allready condensate in the compressor and this causes damage to pistons and valves. In order to degas high numbers of R12 (or other refrigerators containing low pressure refrigerants) simultaneously with the degassing of high amounts of refrigerants, such as R410A, we have developed the adaptor unit for high pressure gases.


Is R410A a problem? Not for ATN!

 

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