Type: Posts; User: EMC mech.
Thanks I think I've come to a decision for my company. I've been reading the data on both. MO99 seems to be the way to go.
I've been looking at the data sheets for 427A and MO99. The compressor has to be cut and oil dumped and replaced for 427A. MO99 on the other hand is compatible with R22 oils and can be dropped in....
I have a couple of property's I work with that have equipment that is on the verge of replacement. Might be a good place to test.
That doesn't work if the unit has a sever undercharge. But the question is which refrigerant have you found to work better for you MO99 or 427A
Just looking for some thoughts on the pro's and cons of each. With R22 heading toward $500 a can. It's just not an option anymore. But the amount of R22 equipment out there (allot of it still in very...
Just coming in for some opinions from other Pros.