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Author Topic: R12 converted to R134A. What about to "propane"  (Read 2796 times)
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« Reply #15 on: May 22, 2007, 04:59:07 AM »

"I sure wouldn't want to drive where ever that is common practice."

I think that may be in the rest of the world - at least in passenger cars -- where they apparently feel the need to stop the irresponsible use of known ozone depletants.




That is why I will not have a swimming pool in my bus, the chlorine from the water treatment evaporates readily & goes straight to the ozone without needing any chemical breakdown like required to free the chlorine from R12.
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