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  1. #1
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    Has anyone got a good source for R-503? I have a situation where I still need to use it so I can't switch to 95 or the like. Thanks for the help. DaleP

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    United Refrigeration. More pricey than ever
    9 lb cylinders
    If you really know how it works, you have an execellent chance of fixin' er up!

    Tomorrow is promised to no one...

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    Might want to be sitting down when you hear the price

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    Found some and heck, whats a couple thousand dollars among friends.

    This ain't a rack system where you can throw whatever in and it still works. ahhhahahahhahah

    Rack guys - just joking

    DaleP

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    Retro it to 508, or if customer too cheap to r23, or if still too cheap, get new customer

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    Originally posted by shaun66
    Retro it to 508, or if customer too cheap to r23, or if still too cheap, get new customer
    Or if still too cheap, retro them to using dry ice instead!

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    Originally posted by shaun66
    Retro it to 508, or if customer too cheap to r23, or if still too cheap, get new customer
    What is 508???? Do u mean 408??? If so I dont think 408 will come close to 503. What is R-23??? do u mean R-123?? If so that is a replacemet for R-11.
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    R508B, also known as DuPont's SUVA 95, is a long term replacement for R13, R503 and R23.
    http://www.dupont.com/suva/na/usa/li...pdf/h53020.pdf

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    Originally posted by icemeister
    R508B, also known as DuPont's SUVA 95, is a long term replacement for R13, R503 and R23.
    http://www.dupont.com/suva/na/usa/li...pdf/h53020.pdf
    very good info.. Much bettter than cheap ass John Reily from UR/NRP
    thnx
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    http://www.refrigerants.com/catalog.pdf

    Check out pages 9 and 10.


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    If I had POE in the system I would have changed it out in a heart beat. Not that lucky this time. Thanks for all the input. DaleP

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    if this topic is still open for discussion iam able to sell you a 100lb torpedo of r503. It would be pretty cheap per pound.

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    Last month I bought a 100lb cyl of r13b1, care to guess the price.

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