R134a Refrigerant – Klea® 134a

49518 - Web logos Klea-03Widely accepted as the most appropriate alternative for R-12 over the majority of the application range for both retrofit and new equipment. A very good match to R-12 for air conditioning, high and medium temperature usage. It can be used in hybrid cascade systems for supermarkets and is being used in some of the HFO blends in order to bring lower flammability and better efficiency.

Please note that not all products are available in all markets.  For further information please contact us

R134a Refrigerant Physical Properties – Klea® 134a

Property S.I. Units Value British Units Value
Molecular Weight kg/kmol 102.03 lbm/lbmol 102.03
Critical Temperature °C 101.06 °F 213.91
Critical Pressure bara 40.59 psia 588.75
Critical Density kg/m3 511.90 lb/ft3 31.96
Normal Boiling Point °C -26.074 °F -14.933
Latent Heat of Vapourisation at Atmospheric Pressure kJ/kg 216.97 BTUIT/lb 93.28
Saturated Vapour Density at Atmospheric Pressure kg/m3 5.2581 lb/ft3 0.33
Liquid Vapour Pressure @25°C bara 6.6538 psia 96.51
Coefficient of Volumetric Thermal Expansion for Saturated Liquid at 25°C °C-1 0.0032364 °F-1 0.00180
Speed of Sound* for Saturated Vapour at 25°C m/s 144.26 ft/s 473.29
Adiabatic Exponent* for Saturated Vapour at 25°C 1.23 1.23
Latent Heat of Vapourisation at 25°C kJ/kg 177.780 BTUIT/lb 76.43
Saturated Vapour Density at 25°C kg/m3 32.350 lb/ft3 2.020
Saturated Vapour Density at 0°C kg/m3 14.428 lb/ft3 0.901

* Vapour composition as per bulk refrigerant at dew point