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I hear from a lot of guys about this ef22a. Apparently its great stuff. Works just like R22. costs less, saves energy and is ecofriendly.
Any info on this will be greatly appreciated.
 

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Its also an EPA violation to use it in the USA, as its not on the SNAP list. R290(propane) is limited to use on small appliances by the EPA. And R290 is one of the ingredients in it.

Weren't you posting about this over on Contractor Forum, and or the HVAC site forum a few months ago.
 
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Yes I am and I've been using ef22a since. It's working great for me specially the amps. They just dropped like crazy. I'm Just trying find others who feel the same.
 

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Average DIYer doesn't have an EPA card. Which would be required for them to recover their R22 from their system.

And its still not a refrigerant allowed by the EPA.
 
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