Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Chemical Formula:||C2H3FCl2||Classification:||Alkene & Derivatives|
|Grade Standard:||Industrial Grade||Purity:||≥99.5%|
|Application:||Air Conditioning Refrigerants||Packing:||Neutral Or Galaxy|
|Other Names:||Freon Gas , Refrigerant Gas|
High Purity R141B Refrigerant HCFC Refrigerants 30LB 13.6KG In Disposable Cylinder Customized Packing Acceptable
HCFC-141b is a hydrochlorofluorocarbon (HCFC). Its chemical name is HCFC-141b has been used as a solvent and as a foam blowing agent in the manufacture of diverse products ranging from refrigerators to building insulation. R141b (HCFC-141b) is the leading substitute blowing agent for CFC-11 in rigid foam insulation materials which are widely used for residential and public constructions, home applications and transport vehicles.Under the U.S. Clean Air Act (Title VI, Section 602), HCFC-141b is a class II ozone-depleting substance (ODS). Under the Montreal Protocol, the group of HCFCs are listed as Annex C, Group I controlled substances.
CAS NUMBER WEIGHT%
Boiling Point, ℃
Critical Temperature, ℃
Critical Pressure, Mpa
Specific Heat of Liquid, 25℃,[KJ/(kg. ℃)]
Vapor Residue, PPm
Colorless, No turbid
No Strange Stench
13.6kg Recyclable cylinder 400L, 926L (≥3.01MPa);
Used as cleanser and foamer, can replace R11 and R113
1,1-Dichloro-1-fluoroethane is a haloalkane with the formula C2H3Cl2F. It is one of the three isomers of dichlorofluoroethane. It is mainly used as a refrigerant under the names R-141b or HCFC-141b. R141b refrigerant is also foaming agent as alternative to CFC-11, and precision cleaning agent to substitute CFC-113.
Shipment and Payment
Level: ≥99.5% purity
Net weight: 13.6kg/ cylinder
Gross weight: 16.6kg / cylinder
Capacity of loading: 1150 cylinders / 20" container
MOQ: There is no strict policy on it if you arrange shipping by yourself.
Packing: Galaxy / Neutral / OEM packing
For a 20ft container (1150 cylinders),
FCL Price: Negotiation
Lead time: 10~15 days upon receipt of 30% deposit or upon receipt of relevant L/C.
Payment terms: T/T or L/C