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Question DetailsAsked on 7/11/2017

Can i uses the same system for R134A for my auto on my home system

I have a Bryant system in my house . Can I uses my auto system to put more R134A in my home system

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NO not at all. 134A is a totally different refrigerant and is not compatable with a home A/C system.

Answered 1 year ago by Iceman

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As RevDi said - only if your system can reach the charge pressure needed (car systems tend to run non the low pressure side), AND if your unit uses R134A - which is very rarely used in home air conditioners - I have only heard of it in window and portable type units, and one foreign-made mini-split line. Generally home air conditioners run R-22 (Freon) in older systems, or most commonly R-410a (Puron or Furon or similar names) in newer/current units. Not compatible with R-134A, either in terms of gas or lubricating oil (which circulates with the refrigerant) compatibility, or in terms of normal operating pressures for efficient operation.

Answered 1 year ago by LCD




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