Factory Free sample Huafu packing 13.6kg R22 to The Swiss Manufacturer
product information Name：Industrial Chlorodifluornmethane(HCFC-22) Brand：HUAFU Producer：No.48 Donggang 1st Road, Quzhou City,Zhejiang,China Storage：In shade,not direct to sunlight MF:CHC1F2 MW:86.47 Standard :GB/T 7373-2006 Physical &Chemical Properties: Under normal temperature and pressure，the product is a colorless ，odorless and nontoxic gas. Its melting point：-160℃, boiling point:-40.8℃, density:1. 213g/cm3 (20 ℃).When mixed with air, its mixture is nonflammable and unexplosive...
Factory Free sample Huafu packing 13.6kg R22 to The Swiss Manufacturer Detail:
Name：Industrial Chlorodifluornmethane(HCFC-22) Brand：HUAFU
Producer：No.48 Donggang 1st Road, Quzhou City,Zhejiang,China
Storage：In shade,not direct to sunlight
MF:CHC1F2 MW:86.47 Standard :GB/T 7373-2006
Physical &Chemical Properties: Under normal temperature and pressure，the product is a colorless ，odorless and
nontoxic gas. Its melting point：-160℃, boiling point:-40.8℃, density:1. 213g/cm3 (20 ℃).When mixed with air, its
mixture is nonflammable and unexplosive . Good chemical stability under normal condition.
Application :the product is used as a refrigerant in household ,industrial and commercial air-conditioning systems. It can
also be used as an aerosol propellant for pesticide and paint , or as a fire extinguishing agent . It is also a primary
feedstock for the manufacture of fluoride-based macromolecule compounds.
Storage &Transportation: Packaged in cylinders or ISO-Tank. Should be kept in cool and dry place, without being
exposed to heat source, sunlight and rain. Transportation should comply with the Chinese railway and road
transportation regulation concerning hazardous cargo.
Package Specification:Non-refiliable cylinder:301bs/13.6kg , 501bs/22.7kg; Refillable cylinder :400L , 800L , 926L ,
1000L , ISO-TANK
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