R448A (Solstice® N40) is a non-flammable HFO blend, used as a replacement for R404A and R22 in low and medium temperature refrigeration applications. It provides an excellent combination of low Global Warming Potential (GWP) and high energy efficiency and offers reduced compressor discharge temperature at medium and low temperature conditions.
- Available from A-Gas wholesale partners. Use the ‘Find a supplier’ box to the right for further details
- A-Gas product cylinders are fitted with a Residual Pressure Device (RPD) to ensure used refrigerant or any other substance cannot be reintroduced into a cylinder
- Store cylinders in a cool, dry, well ventilated area, out of direct sunlight
- A-Gas operates a returnable cylinder fleet, empty cylinders are to be returned to an A-Gas wholesale partner
- For alternative or larger package sizes please contact A-Gas on 01275376600 or via the Contact Us form
Product Features & Benefits
- Zeotropic refrigerant blend containing R32, R125, R134a, R1234ze and R1234yf
- Refrigerant must be charged from the liquid phase to ensure accurate composition
- A-Gas refrigerant cylinders have dual port valves, making liquid offtake easier
- Non-flammable with a safety classification of A1
- Compressors must be charged with polyolester oils, contact the compressor manufacturer for more information
- Reduction of carbon emissions with a GWP 68% less than R404A
- Can be used in existing installations or for new installations
- Lower compressor discharge temperature at both medium and low temperature conditions
- The performance and properties closely match that of R404A and R22
- 5-10% higher energy efficiency than R404A
The information contained within this website is for guidance only, for further system specific advice please call A-Gas directly
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