Frequently Asked Questions


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Recycled refrigerant is usually processed by a recycling (or recovery) machine to remove contaminants for re-use into the same system, without meeting all the requirements for reclaimation. While reclaimed refrigerants are used refrigerants re-processed to the specifications of a new refrigerant gas and can be re-used in other systems.

Reclaimed refrigerants must be cleaned up to the minimum purity specified in AHRI Standard 700: Specifications for Fluorocarbons Refrigerants, and to verify the purity using the analytical methods prescribed in the Standard. Reclaiming refrigerants requires specialized machines and laboratory analytical equipment usually not available at a job site or work shop.

For more information on AHRI Standards, please refer to AHRI website.

No, there is no difference. Both new and reclaimed refrigerants have the same minimum purity specified in AHRI Standard 700.

For information on AHRI Standards, please refer to AHRI website.

All our reclaimed refrigerants are quality controlled and tested in our laboratory to ensure the refrigerants meet AHRI-700 Standards. In addition, our laboratory is also an AHRI Certified™ Refrigerant Testing Laboratory (AHRI Standard 700).

Please click here for more information on our AHRI Certified™ Refrigerant Testing Laboratory (AHRI Standard 700) program.

Yes, we have various programs available or we can customised a refrigerant reclaimation program to meet your needs. Please contact us via our contact page.

Please always use the correct specification of recovery cylinder to recover the refrigerants. Take care not to mix different refrigerants into the same recovery cylinder.

If you are unsure of the recovery procedures, please contact us directly.

The main tests carried out for refrigerants are volatile impurities (including other refrigerants), moisture, high boiling residue and non-condensable gas. We also test for its appearance/odour, acidity and chloride. For more information on the analytical methods, please refer to the AHRI Standard 700: Specifications for Fluorocarbons Refrigerants.

For information on AHRI Standards, please refer to AHRI website.

Yes, we accept third party refrigerants for refrigerant testing. Please contact us via our contact page.

Please contact our distributor (or reseller) which you bought our products from. Alternatively, you may contact us to request.