R407C Refrigerant Gas – WESTRON

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R407C Refrigerant Gas – WESTRON

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Westron R407C a Non-Ozone Depleting, Non-Toxic, Non-Flammable Refrigerant developed for Residential and Commercial Air-conditioning applications. Replaces R22 Gas


  • Two & Three Slices Cans – (320/340/500/1000 Grams )
  • Disposable Cylinders – (13.6Kg/6.8Kg/3.4Kg) (30lbs/15lbs/7.5lbs)
  • Refillable Cylinders – (6.5Kg/12Kg/60Kg)
  • Torpedo/Ton Tanks – (500kg/950kg)
  • ISO Tankers – (ISO Tank Contains 20,000 Kg)
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Westron 407C can also be replaced with R 22 and also used as a Retrofit refrigerant with R22. Widely used in Residential and Commercial Air-conditioning systems, Non flooded Evaporator Chillers, Heat Pumps, Unitary Air-conditioning Systems. Westron 407C also used to replace R22 Refrigerant in existing Medium Temperature Commercial refrigeration Systems including Supermarket display cases and other similar refrigeration equipment. Westron 407C is a HFC Zeotropic blends of three refrigerants namely R 134a (52 %), R 125 (25%) and R 32 (23%). In the case of R 22 Retrofit refrigerants if there is any efficiency loss equipment design modification is required with some changes.


Westron R407C requires a POLYESTER (POE) Lubricant since its components are not miscible with Mineral Oil and Alkylbenzene lubricants. POE Oil absorbs moisture quickly when it is exposed to the atmosphere. Anyways handle this issue very carefully and avoid prolonged exposure to air.

Chemical Name Difloumethane, Pentaflouroethane


Chemical Formula CH2F2, CF3CHF2, CH2FCF3
Molecular Weight 86.2
Appearance Clear, Colorless Liquid
Physical State Gas at Ambient Temperature
Odor Faint Ethereal Odor
Specific Gravity (water = 1.0) 1.16 @ 21.1°C (70°F)
pH Neutral
Boiling Point -43 °C (-45.4 °F)
Freezing Point Not Determined
Vapor Pressure 156.2 psia@ 21.1°C, 356.7 psia@ 54.4°C
Vapor Density 3.0 (Air =1.0)


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