Posted by rjlockhart37 on September 9, 2016, at 10:34:31
i just realized that in the US (not sure about other nations) that there getting rid of Freon (r-22) in home air conditioning, and replacing it with Puron. So basically what that means is by 2020, if you still have a freon type air conditioner, freon will be very expensive and the cost will sky rocket over the next years.......because it will stop being produced......you have to totally replace your air conditioning system with Puron type air conditioner, you can't simply put puron in a freon type air conditioner.....that will be expensive too to replace the whole unit
but i've wondered, my grand mother's 1970's ford, that air conditioning was so COLD, i loved turning it on and having ice cold air, but what happened - in 1994, was got rid of R-12 type Freon, because of environmental and ozone depletion and replaced all cars with R-134a type freon..... they had totally replace the units, all older cars had to have new air conditioning system to be compatable with r-134a ....but it's not as cold as the original freon.....
still i want to go to like a autoshop and enhance the air conditioner with a add in refrigerant......make it really cold, so i get relived when i get in the car during hot summer days
car air conditioner use : r-134a type refergirant, before 1994 they used old freon (r-12)
not sure if anyone noticed but older air conditioners seemed colder.....
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