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Marc:

From DURACOOL's bolierplate:

"In the United States it is illegal to use a hydrocarbon refrigerant as a substitute for a Class I or Class II ODS refrigerant for any end use other than industrial process refrigeration systems, or retail food refrigerators and freezers (stand-alone units only)."

I think what you are referring to is Propane fueled absorption refrigeration systems that generally use ammonia as the refrigerant.

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Marc:

From DURACOOL's bolierplate:

"In the United States it is illegal to use a hydrocarbon refrigerant as a substitute for a Class I or Class II ODS refrigerant for any end use other than industrial process refrigeration systems, or retail food refrigerators and freezers (stand-alone units only)."

I think what you are referring to is Propane fueled absorption refrigeration systems that generally use ammonia as the refrigerant.

Not really. Propane has characteristics similar to R-12 and 134A and would work in place of them, thought not legally. I think Bill K set the fact straight.

Your post remains interesting, regardless.

Marc

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