Factory For HUAFU R142b Manufacturer for Greece Manufacturer
product information Name：R142B Brand：HUAFU Producer：No.48 Donggang 1st Road, Quzhou City,Zhejiang,China Storage：In shade,not direct to sunlight Product property: MF:C2H3CLF2 MW:100.5 Boiling point:-9.8℃ Critical temperature :136.45℃ Critical Pressure :4.15Mpa Specific heat of liquid:30℃,[ KJ/(kg℃)] 1.3 Packing : Disposable cylinder 30lbs/ 13.6kg ,50lbs/22.7kg Recyclable cylinder :400L ,800L,926L;ISO-TANK Quality standard: Purity :≧99.8% Moisture :≦10ppm Acidity:≦0.1ppm Vapor Residue :≦100...
Factory For HUAFU R142b Manufacturer for Greece Manufacturer Detail:
Producer：No.48 Donggang 1st Road, Quzhou City,Zhejiang,China
Storage：In shade,not direct to sunlight
Critical temperature :136.45℃
Critical Pressure :4.15Mpa
Specific heat of liquid:30℃,[ KJ/(kg℃)] 1.3
Disposable cylinder 30lbs/ 13.6kg ,50lbs/22.7kg
Recyclable cylinder :400L ,800L,926L;ISO-TANK
Vapor Residue :≦100ppm
Appearance :Colorless ,no turbidity
Replacement refrigerant,intermediate material.
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