Refrigerant selection tables

The data table is extended compared to the previous edition and a column for GWP acc. to IPCC Report 6 added. In the online edition more data can be handled than in the formerly printed Refrigerant Report. The data are displayed in two formats, as one complete table with filter function and as several single tables with different refrigerant selections.

In addition to the data of the former main table of the Refrigerant Report the tables contain information on the application limits and the used lubricants.

Explanations of line and column texts of the tables

Refrigerant

denomination acc. to ISO817/ASHRAE34

Chemical

chemical formula for pure fluid

Group

allocation to the group HFC, HC, HFO a.s.o.

Components

list of components for blend

Replacement for

typical target for replacement

Application max

max. temp. of the typical appl. limits

Application min

min. temp. of the typical appl. limits

Application with limitations max

max. temp. of the appl. limits with some other limitations

Application with limitations min

min. temp. of the appl. limits with some other limitations

Application 2-stage max

max. temp. of appl. limits 2-stage

Application 2-stage min

min. temp. of appl. limits 2-stage

Oil 1

typically used oil

Oil 2

possible oil

Oil 3

further possible oil

Oil with limitations 1

possible oil for special cases

Oil with limitations 2

possible oil for special cases

Molar mass

Normal boiling point

Normal dew point

Temperature glide

temperature change from boiling to dew point at ambient pressure

critical temperature

critical pressure

ODP

ozone depletion potential

GWP AR4

GWP acc. to IPCC Report 4

GWP AR5

GWP acc. to IPCC Report 5

GWP AR6

GWP acc. to IPCC Report 6

Cond.temp. at 26 bar abs

Cond.temp. at 40 bar abs

capacity relative

relative to the replaced refrigerant as stated, at the typical application

Discharge gas temperature increase

relative to the replaced refrigerant as stated, at the typical application

Safety class ISO817

A1, A2, A2L, A3, B1, B2, B2L or B3

practical limit AEL

"acceptable exposure level", usual guide value for long term exposition or 20% LFL for flammable gases