About Duracool

Duracool Refrigerants will improve the performance and the life expectancy of refrigeration equipment and air-conditioning systems.

Duracool Refrigerants contain Duracool A/C Oil Chill, a synthetic friction reducing additive. Duracool A/C Oil Chill reduces compressor operating temperatures and improves thermal and chemical stability.

Duracool Refrigerants reduces energy use and will either stop or reduce a system leak due to the larger molecules of the refrigerant.

Duracool Refrigerants provide higher efficiency, lower head pressures and are non-corrosive.

You can be assured that Duracool Refrigerants are only made from the highest refined pure refrigerant ingredients available. Duracool consistency ensures performance you can rely on and trust.

Duracool Refrigerants replaces many of the environmentally harmful refrigerants currently in use.

Duracool 12a & 134 Replacement is marketed and sold world wide as a replacement for ozone depleting CFC-R12 and substitutes and HFC 134A Refrigerant.

Duracool 22a has been Re-Branded to Duracool R 290 is marketed and sold worldwide as a replacement for R22 except for the United States.

In The United States, we market an EPA approved refrigerant R 290 (CAS #74-98-6) (R 290 Refrigerant) Duracool R 290 22A is Subject to EPA use restrictions for use in new food refrigerators and freezers (stand-alone units only), in accordance with EPA regulations at 40 CFR Part 82. Duracool R 290 is sold in 30 and 50 pound equivalent non-refillable cylinders in the United States and is also available in 8 ounce cans.

Attention United States Customers:

In The United States, Duracool R 290 Refrigerant is not legal for use in a Central Residential or Central Commercial Air Conditioning System. Allowable uses can be determined by reviewing the regulations below or visiting the E.P.A website. In the United States the E.P.A. (Environmental Protection Agency) regulations state that it is illegal to use any hydrocarbon refrigerant and / or Duracool R290 refrigerant in a Central Residential or Central Commercial Air Conditioning System.

R 290 is a proposed EPA acceptable substitute refrigerant for R-22 under the SNAP Program The EPA has classified R 290 as acceptable, subject to use conditions, in most new retail food refrigerators and freezers (stand- alone units only). All Federal, State and EPA regulations must be followed. In accordance with EPA regulations at 40 CFR Part 82. (R-290 CAS #74-98-6).

In the United States it is illegal to use a hydrocarbon refrigerant as a substitute for a Class I or Class II ODS refrigerant for any end use other than industrial process refrigeration systems, or retail food refrigerators and freezers (stand-alone units only). See 69 Fed. Reg. 11946, 11952 (March 12, 2004), and 76 Fed. Reg. 78832 (December 20, 2011). Under the SNAP regulations at 40 C.F.R § 82.172, “use” is defined as “any use of a substitute for a class I or Class II ozone-depleting compound, including but not limited to use in a manufacturing process or product, in consumption by the end-user, or in intermediate uses, such as formulation or packaging for other subsequent uses.”

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