What should my pressures be on 404A?
It is necessary to have the temp at 34. When the system is running, the temp in the evap is usually 24 so 32 suction pressure. The liquid line pressure needs to be higher than the outdoor ambient’s saturation temp, so it would be at least 257.
How cold can 404A get?
It is an R-404A system. With an evaporator temperature of -13 degrees and the system having 40 degrees compressor superheat, the temperature of the refrigerant coming into the compressor would be 27 degrees (-13 degrees plus 40 degrees).
How much is 404A per pound?
$150 / 24lb cylinder = $6.25 per pound. There you have it folks, $6.25 for one pound of R-404A refrigerant.
What refrigerant will replace R404A?
For cold rooms and other small to medium commercial refrigeration applications, R448A and R449A and R452A or R134a are excellent alternatives to R404A, with from 50 to 65% reduction in GWP. R513A, newer alternative, is also very appropriate in medium back pressure (MBP) applications.
Can I buy R404A refrigerant?
404A is an HFC refrigerant and does not harm the O-Zone layer so therefore you do not need to have any kind of certification to purchase.
What is a critically charged refrigeration system?
With critical charge it means that there will be a specific weight of refrigerant to be charged. The designer will decide on the amount; it often applies to capillary systems. The charge weight is critical for the correct opperation of the system.
What is 404 versus a 410?
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What is 404a refrigerant?
Freon™ 404A refrigerant Freon™ 404A (HP62) has been the long-standing HFC replacement for R-502 and R-22 in refrigeration applications. HFC-404A is included in the U.S. EPA SNAP de-listing of HFCs that will no longer be acceptable in certain end use applications in the U.S. market.
What replaces R404A refrigerant?
100% R404A compatible