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A refrigerant grasping the refrigerators and low-temperature refrigeration, replacing R410a and R407c due to its low GWP (Global Warming Potential) and zero ODP (Ozone Depletion Layer) id R32. After Montreal Protocol 1987 and Kyoto Protocol 1997 refrigerants like R22 and much other depleting ozone layer and harming environment has been put on a reducing level. Since then refrigerants like R32 operating at same temperature and pressure than old refrigerants like R410a with same piping can easily replace the older versions in the same unit.

Comparing it uses 78% lesser refrigerant to operate than R410a.

Besides eco-friendly, R32 has the higher volumetric capacity, critical temperature and latent heat of vaporization which ultimately increases the cooling capacity and COP (Coefficient of performance) while reducing electricity consumption by at least 10%. High discharge temperature and mild flammability with toxicity might a disadvantage for R32 which still is on the list of marketing for itself.

Although its GWP isn’t way low but still is one-third of the GWP of R410A. Including the zero ODP as well as good efficiency, it has been taken in a prior order in the list of refrigerants.


  • Flammable and slightly high toxic
  • Molecular Weight – 52.02 g/mol
  • Boiling Point is -51.65 °C
  • Critical Temperature – 78.11 °C
  • ODP (Ozone Depletion Layer)- 0
  • GWP (Global Warming Potential)- 675
  • Odor – Odorless

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