REFRIGERANTS
 
RED TEK® 22a Hydrocarbon Refrigerant
Replaces R-22 Substitutes
305 22a 8 oz can (20 oz. equivalent)
306 22a 12 lb. Cylinder (30 lb. equivalent)
307 22a 20 lb. Cylinder (50 lb. equivalent)

Product Information Charging/Installation Guide
Material Safety Data Sheet Oil Selection Guide
Frequently Asked Questions Elastomer Compatibility Guide
Weight Equivalent Chart Packaging Available
Vapor/Pressure Chart Quick Reference Guide


8 oz. can
(20 oz. equivalent)
12 lb. Cylinder
(30 lb. equivalent)
20 lb. Cylinder
(50 lb. equivalent)
     





Q. What is RED TEK® 22a™?        
  A. RED TEK® 22a™ is a proprietary blended ultra high efficient hydrocarbon refrigerant designed as a direct replacement for R-22.


Q. Is RED TEK® 22a™ environmentally safe?        
  A. Absolutely! RED TEK® 22a™ refrigerants are organic, non-ozone depleting, non-toxic compounds. These refrigerants are endorsed by the Green Peace organization and are in full compliance with the UN Montreal Protocol.


Q. Does RED TEK® 22a™ need EPA approval?       
  A. RED TEK® 22a™ is a direct replacement for R-22 substitutes and all other non-ozone depleting substances. The EPA's Final Rule, issued April 1, 1994, states: "In this final rule, the Agency has determined that second generation replacements, if they are non-ozone depleting and are replacing non-ozone depleting first generation alternatives, are exempt from reporting requirements under Section 612".


Q. Are RED TEK® refrigerants energy efficient compared to other refrigerants on the market today?        
  A. Yes! RED TEK® Refrigerants are up to 40% more efficient than Hydrofluorocarbon Refrigerants.


Q. Are RED TEK® Refrigerants corrosive to air conditioning systems?        
  A. No. RED TEK® Refrigerants are non-corrosive, non-caustic, and do not form acids in combination with system moisture.


Q. Can I lower "head pressures" in my A/C system by using RED TEK® Refrigerants?        
  A. Yes! RED TEK® Refrigerants can extend equipment and component life by lowering compressor "head pressures".