The most vital component of your air conditioner is the refrigerant gas, often known as coolant or Freon. AC refrigerant is a chemical molecule that absorbs heat from interior air and release it outdoors, resulting in cold air. It transforms from a fluid to a gas and back again as it circulates through the various…Continue Reading
History of Refrigerant Gas!
As you might expect, an AC refrigerant gas aids in the cooling function of not just your air conditioner, but also a refrigerator, freezer, or any other cooling-related device. To understand the operation of an AC refrigerant, first understand how an air conditioner works. An air conditioner absorbs heat in the room and expels it…Continue Reading
What Precautionary Measures to Take Before Charging Refrigerants?
One of the most difficult and perplexing things a service technician may encounter is charging a refrigeration system. As the amount of refrigerant a technician should put into a system when charging is sometimes system-dependent, it’s a difficult question to answer. There is no simple answer if there is no nameplate defining the charge quantity…Continue Reading
Why R22 Refrigerant Gas Is Still an Inevitable Option in Cooling System?
R22 is a chlorodifluoromethane refrigerant that is extensively used in air conditioning systems and other refrigeration applications. If your air conditioning unit is older than ten years, it’s likely that it uses R22, often known as “Freon.” R22 is an air conditioning refrigerant (a chemical used to cool air conditioners) that was previously widely utilized…Continue Reading