I did a lot of google searching as well as search this forum and really have not come up with a decent P/T chart of all refrigerants in one document that prints nicely.
Does anyone have a good site or link to P/T chart. I only need the refrigerant type, temp and pressure columns. I don't need any other information.
Here is one link I found that is a comprehensive table very nice. Its in a horizontal format with way more information than I need. It prints very small even at 11 x 17 paper. If I could convert that chart which is almost impossible I could reformat the text to make the font size bigger.
I tried to reformat it with Scansoft PFD converter and it could not handle that chart. Too wide it said.
I would like a chart like that one but without all the extra information and better sized font so I don't have to break out the 5x magnifying glass
These are the basic refrigerants I would need. Maybe a couple more I have not thought of but not a big list. R11,R12,R13,R113,R22,R23,R114,R124,R125,R134A,R410 A,R40X,R500,R502,R502,R507.
R40x = most of 400 series blends.
This link below has a good table but prints horribly. If the tables would come out on a separate page then this would print nicely and be all that I need. So the link below is the closest table I have found thus far that I can use. The ScanSoft PDF converter really screwed around with this table.
There is also another thread from this forum commenting on the National Refrigeration charts which may cover everything I need but I could not find a link for it.
I was able to find a couple more color charts from the google search like dupont site. The one table is very good, and in fact includes better temperature increments over all the others, but it does not include all the refrigerants. The other table I found from dupont's site seems to cover the rest of the refrigerants I will need but it is for 5000 feet elevation.
So far I have been unable to find a P/T refrigerant table that includes all the refrigerants I listed above, with 1-2 degree temperature increments, and that prints out nicely with decent size font.
I have a feeling I am going to have to manually create my own tables using whatever resources I have so far. If anyone can share some other sources or a link to a great table, please let me know.
Thanks for taking the time to read my post and try to help me out.