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    R-22 replacement advice/help

    Gentleman,

    Any advice on which refrigerant to use for replacing R-22. Im seeing a lot of them out there, and thought I'd jump on here and find out which is best for low, mecimum, and high temp systems?

    Thanks

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    hot shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legitshop View Post
    hot shot
    Not for 22

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    I've had no problems dropping in MO99 in most systems.

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    Hot shot post is just a up being an ass

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    We have been using R422D for high temp.
    I miss you mom and dad.

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    R407C is approved by a few dry unit makers for AC

    Aftermarket probably MO99 (cheaper).

    Note there are NO, repeat NO 'drop in' substitutes one can mix with R-22. ALL must be replacements, and most will kinda behave with MO... yet better with POE.
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    Which replacement has the best capacity match to r22 with no oil change?

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolcajun View Post
    Which replacement has the best capacity match to r22 with no oil change?
    Probably MO99... It has an additive to make it work better with MO.

    Talk to a few folks before you make a decision.

    ALL refrigerant changes require: remove (recover) old juice, flush (N2 or chemical), change oil if necessary, ALWAYS change LL filter/dryer, install new refrigerant.
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    [QUOTE=ga-hvac-tech;15363431]Probably MO99... It has an additive to make it work better with MO.

    Talk to a few folks before you make a decision.


    I was aware of that. Also was told have to replace shraders with M099.

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    [QUOTE=coolcajun;15363951]
    Quote Originally Posted by ga-hvac-tech View Post
    Probably MO99... It has an additive to make it work better with MO.

    Talk to a few folks before you make a decision.


    I was aware of that. Also was told have to replace shraders with M099.
    Yes, I did not post that... replace schraders with any oil change. THX
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    Does anything besides MO99 have specific SNAP approval as a retrofit replacement for R-22 yet?
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark beiser View Post
    Does anything besides MO99 have specific SNAP approval as a retrofit replacement for R-22 yet?
    Hmmm... have not heard of SNAP approval yet... could you post a link?
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