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In Europe, the sale and use of HCFCs (hydrochlorofluorocarbons) are governed by the European regulation 1005/2009 of 16 September 2009 about substances that deplete the ozone layer. From 1 January 2010 to 31 December 2014, only the use of non-virgin HCFCs (recycled or reclaimed) is authorised.

 

Outside Europe, the sale and use of HCFCs may be authorised according to the regulations in the country.

12 products and services meet your criteria

R-22

R-22 is a "hydrochlorofluorocarbon" refrigerant with high latent heat of vaporisation used for domestic, commercial and industrial air conditioning.

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R-401A

R-401A is a zeotropic "service blend", it's use being limited in time by the Montreal Protocol. R-401A is a HCFC developed to replace R-12 (CFC) in domestic, commercial and industrial refrigeration.

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R-401B

R-401B is a zeotropic "service blend", its use being limited in time by the Montreal Protocole. R-401B is a HCFC developed to replace R-12 (CFC) for transport refrigeration, and for domestic and commercial freezers.

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R-402A

R-402A is a zeotropic "service blend", it's use being limited in time by the Montreal Protocol. R-402A is a HCFC developed to replace R-502 (CFC) in commercial and industrial applications.

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R-402B

R-402B is a zeotropic "service blend", it's use being limited in time by the Montreal Protocol. R-402B is a HCFC developed to replace R-502 (CFC) in commercial and industrial applications.

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R-403B

R-403B is a nearly-azeotropic "service blend", chosen by several transport refrigeration system builders a replacement for R-502.

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R-408A

R-408A is a nearly-azeotropic "service blend", its use being limited in time by the Montreal Protocol. This HCFC has been developed to replace R-502 (CFC) for commercial and industrial applications.

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R-409A

R-409A is a zeotropic "service blend", its use being limited in time following the Montreal Protocol. This HCFC has been developed to replace R-12 (CFC) for domestic, commercial and industrial applications.

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R-409B

R-409B is a zeotropic "service blend", its use being limited in time by the Montreal Protocol. This HCFC has been developed to replace R-500 (CFC), for commercial and industrial refrigeration.

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R-123

R-123 is a transitional "hydrochlorofluorocarbon", its use being limited in time by the Montreal Protocol.

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