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What is the correct refrigerant to recharge a danfos BD35F. Would

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What is the correct refrigerant to recharge a danfos BD35F.
Would isceon 49 be ok.
Submitted: 2 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  George-Allsorts replied 2 years ago.
George-Allsorts :

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The Danfoss BD35F is an R134A compressor.. I wouldn't put isceon 49 into it

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George-Allsorts :

I wouldn't put isceon 49 into it, it will do daMage to the CoMpressor

Expert:  Dales-Electronic replied 2 years ago.

Isceon 49 is a drop in replacement for refrigerant R12 which is used in compressors using mineral oil. The above mentioned R134a compressor uses synthetic oil ~ you would likely get a oil contamination problem if so used. What is the application that you are using ie what are you trying to cool and I may be able to suggest another refrigerant. George is correct is his suggestion ~ Ian

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