R134A FACT Sheet
ENV5 12 Refrigerant has
a rated Ignition Temperature (F>) of
ENV INDUSTRIAL 12
Refrigerant has a rated Ignition
Temperature (F>) of
1246°F and is labeled
HFC-R134A - IS
NOT labeled FLAMMABLE, but NOTE: it has a rated Ignition
Temperature (F>) of
Why isn't IT labeled FLAMMABLE?
has Atmospheric Lifetime of 16 Years with a
global-warming-potential GWP (CO2 = 1.0) of 3200, and
CFC-R12 (Freon) is 7300. ENV
Refrigerants have a zero ozone-depletion-potential (ODP),
and a negligible global-warming-potential GWP (CO2 = 1.0) of
8, making it the most environmentally sound
refrigerant on earth.
Not only is HFC-R134a an environmentally
unfriendly refrigerant, but the effects upon mankind could be
awesome. For your edification; note that MATERIAL SAFETY DATA
SHEETS for R134a contain warnings to Toxic
Properties, hazardous material and gases, in contact with
aluminum. Specifically NOTE that the Toxic Properties
HFC-R134a may also cause possible hazardous decomposition
products AND when used with Pag
oil becomes toxic and may contaminate the entire A/C system.
ENV 12 Refrigerants are
natural, non-toxic organic hydrocarbon refrigerant blends that
were developed to be an effective replacement for R134a
in all R134a A/C systems, including R134a
installed in R12 Retrofitted systems, with energy savings
of up to 40% over HFC-134a.
ENV Refrigerants have a
"high side" of approx 150 - 240 psi versus approx 300 psi for
HFC-R134a. This extends compressor life with less wear on
compressors, produces substantial energy savings, and reduced
fuel costs. Lower head pressure requires fewer HP
and you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to
understand why ENV 12
Refrigerant is a huge energy saver with considerable reductions in operating costs!
Refrigerants carry a
ENV 12 Refrigerants will not harm air conditioning
components. ENV Refrigerants are non-toxic
and 100% compatible with
refrigerant oils, and will not harm the O
rings or hoses of any A/C system.
After more than ten (15) operational years, there
has not been a single accident due to the use of hydrocarbon
refrigerant blends are clean, safe and environmentally
The United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Japan,
and the Danish governments, have adopted new Standards that
recognize the use of hydrocarbon refrigerant blends in an effort
to phase out the use of global-warming-potential refrigerants
such as R12 and R134a.
are the Intelligent Solution to a Global Dilemma