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  1. #14
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    Jul 2012
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    Peace River, Alberta, Canada
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    When getting to the end of a bottle of 410A could there be fractionization in the bottle to the point that the liquid is one refrigerant and the vapour the other?

  2. #15
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    NW AR
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    410a is an azeotrope. Temp glide is almost nothing. .3 maybe? cant remember

  3. #16
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    Peace River, Alberta, Canada
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    Whoops. Getting them mixed up. The 500's are zeotropes right?

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