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Thread: R32 is the green alternative, but I canít source it in the US

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    R32 is the green alternative, but I canít source it in the US

    Howdy all, Iíve been researching all evening for my most recent project and it keeps leading me back to these forums. That being said here is my issue.

    Iím modifying a complete AC unit and I canít find the original refrigerant anywhere.

    Does anyone know where to source some R32 in the US?

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    It's going in Amana PTACs and other small units. Daikin, #1 in the world, is pushing hard.

    Carrier is pushing R454b (I think Trane too) for the future and it is also A2L.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaldLoonie View Post
    It's going in Amana PTACs and other small units. Daikin, #1 in the world, is pushing hard.

    Carrier is pushing R454b (I think Trane too) for the future and it is also A2L.
    Only allowed a few Oz (8 i believe) total charge unless the rules have changed again.

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