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Bob45
31-03-2006, 04:41 AM
Hi guys,

Anybody knows where I could find PH Chart and tables for different gaz. I have R22 and R12, but would need R401 and R410A etc.

Thanks

Lc_shi
31-03-2006, 04:53 AM
search "coolpack" software which can help you or EES also has the function.

rgds
LC

wambat
31-03-2006, 05:24 AM
Hi guys,

Anybody knows where I could find PH Chart and tables for different gaz. I have R22 and R12, but would need R401 and R410A etc.

Thanks
go here: http://refrigerants.dupont.com/Suva/en_US/pdf/k10909.pdf

Bob45
31-03-2006, 05:58 AM
Thanks Wambat but I'm looking for PH chart and tables not PT tables.

That I can get everywhere.

I've been asking my suppliers for PH chart but nobody has them. They are suppose to ask there suppliers.

But I would love to find it on the internet. Much faster when needed.

Lc_shi
31-03-2006, 06:25 AM
http://www.et.web.mek.dtu.dk/Coolpack/UK/
download it.

NoNickName
31-03-2006, 07:39 AM
Coolpack is the way to go.

Bob45
31-03-2006, 01:53 PM
Thanks LC I will look into it.

dogma
31-03-2006, 03:18 PM
I found the best charts come from ARKEMA. Very friendly people. It took me mths to track them down. Unfortunately I only have printed copies. They include R12, R22, R410, R404a, R507. Give them a ring. They can help;)

Bob45
31-03-2006, 11:08 PM
I found the best charts come from ARKEMA. Very friendly people. It took me mths to track them down. Unfortunately I only have printed copies. They include R12, R22, R410, R404a, R507. Give them a ring. They can help;)

Thank Dogma,

But where is ARKEMA, I live in Canada. :D

Deejey
01-04-2006, 01:48 AM
you can get all the pressure enthalpy charts from here

http://www.dupont.com/suva/emea/pdf/molier_r410a.pdf

401A (MP39) here http://www.dupont.com/suva/emea/pdf/molier_suvamp39.pdf

Bob45
01-04-2006, 02:05 AM
you can get all the pressure enthalpy charts from here

http://www.dupont.com/suva/emea/pdf/molier_r410a.pdf

401A (MP39) here http://www.dupont.com/suva/emea/pdf/molier_suvamp39.pdf


Hey thanks Deejey, this is great

Bob

dogma
01-04-2006, 01:26 PM
ARKEMA is a global forane manufcturer based in the USA.

unfortunately I don"t have their contact details on me. Google ARKEMA. They are the amalgamation of two companies in chemical engineering.




Here you go.

www.arkemagroup.com
www.forane.com

In Australia Phone 1300851777


Hope this helps?

Bob45
01-04-2006, 03:31 PM
ARKEMA is a global forane manufcturer based in the USA.

unfortunately I don"t have their contact details on me. Google ARKEMA. They are the amalgamation of two companies in chemical engineering.




Here you go.

www.arkemagroup.com
www.forane.com

In Australia Phone 1300851777


Hope this helps?


Thanks Dogma

It's funny, Dupont has the PH Chart on there site but no PH tables and Arkema has PH tables but no PH Chart :)

dogma
02-04-2006, 05:49 AM
No probs bob.

:)


Thanks for the help on the other thread;) :eek:

cj.rajkumar
01-05-2006, 06:33 AM
Hi friends,

Can you give me the details regarding where I can find Pressure & enthalpy chart for refrigerants R-600,R-32,R-125?

Argus
01-05-2006, 10:09 AM
Visit

http://www.et.web.mek.dtu.dk/Coolpack/UK/

Download the little programe and all the popular refrigerants have ph charts you can down load within, including the HCs.

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frank
01-05-2006, 02:14 PM
Or click on the Database button above

Bob45
02-05-2006, 02:18 AM
Hi friends,

Can you give me the details regarding where I can find Pressure & enthalpy chart for refrigerants R-600,R-32,R-125?

Hi,

Check these site, www.suva.dupont.ca (http://www.suva.dupont.ca)and http://www.arkema-inc.com

I've found PH chart and tables for many of the products they make but you have to search a bit. Like I believe Dupont has chart but only on the US site and table only on the European site. Funny.

EmrithKris
02-03-2007, 11:51 AM
Hi guys,

Anybody knows where I could find PH Chart and tables for different gaz. I have R22 and R12, but would need R401 and R410A etc.

Thanks

Hi could u visit the suva refrigerants sites on the net. sure you will find something.

nh3simman
08-03-2007, 06:42 AM
Hi guys,

Anybody knows where I could find PH Chart and tables for different gaz. I have R22 and R12, but would need R401 and R410A etc.

Thanks



go to the technisolve web site
coolit.co.za
and download the MollierChart program.
over 100 refrigerants shown
also has options for refrigeration cycles

Bones
08-03-2007, 12:29 PM
go to the technisolve web site
coolit.co.za
and download the MollierChart program.
over 100 refrigerants shown
also has options for refrigeration cycles

where do you download the program from?

Brian_UK
09-03-2007, 12:02 AM
where do you download the program from?He's written the site address in his post and you have 'quoted' it in you reply.

I'll spell it out here anyway....

http://www.coolit.co.za

Mind you, check the prices first - whoaaa:eek:

nh3simman
17-03-2007, 10:52 AM
The best source of information about refrigerants is NIST. They produce the definitive set of refrigerant property data that is even used by ASHRAE.

DTU is a good alternative as pointed out by Lc_shi.

You can also download a p-h diagram softare program from the coolit.co.za web site
This draws the chart and reads the values at the cursor dynamically. It also plots 1-stage and 2-stage cycles. It currently supports over 100 refrigerants.

US Iceman
17-03-2007, 04:04 PM
The best source of information about refrigerants is NIST. They produce the definitive set of refrigerant property data that is even used by ASHRAE.


A new version of this program should be available in the next few weeks or so. Another benefit of this program is the ability to connect it to your own custom programs. That allows you to concentrate on your program, instead of the refrigerant properties.

nh3simman
22-03-2007, 04:38 AM
Mind you, check the prices first - whoaaa:eek:

Since you mention the prices, the Mollier program is FREE. I hope that's not too expensive?

Maybe you didn't notice that the prices are listed in South African Randa. You guys would divide by about 10 for Euro. The MollierChart program costs e60. How many hours would you work for e60?

Comment about links
I hope this reply is not going to get me banned again! Andy saw fit to give me an infraction because I quoted my web site. What are the rules? I searched the conditions and find no rules about adding links. In addition, there are many links added by other people. If I suggest that someone goes to the NIST web site for the best source of refrigerant info, this is acceptable. However, if I suggest that someone can download a program from my web site this is not! Can someone explain this to me.

Brian_UK
23-03-2007, 09:57 PM
Comment about links
I hope this reply is not going to get me banned again! Andy saw fit to give me an infraction because I quoted my web site. What are the rules? I searched the conditions and find no rules about adding links. In addition, there are many links added by other people. If I suggest that someone goes to the NIST web site for the best source of refrigerant info, this is acceptable. However, if I suggest that someone can download a program from my web site this is not! Can someone explain this to me.
There is a distinct difference between providing information in the public domain and advertising your own wares.

Most people are aware of this.

Josip
23-03-2007, 10:22 PM
Since you mention the prices, the Mollier program is FREE. I hope that's not too expensive?

Maybe you didn't notice that the prices are listed in South African Randa. You guys would divide by about 10 for Euro. The MollierChart program costs e60. How many hours would you work for e60?

Comment about links
I hope this reply is not going to get me banned again! Andy saw fit to give me an infraction because I quoted my web site. What are the rules? I searched the conditions and find no rules about adding links. In addition, there are many links added by other people. If I suggest that someone goes to the NIST web site for the best source of refrigerant info, this is acceptable. However, if I suggest that someone can download a program from my web site this is not! Can someone explain this to me.

Very nice, something good for free, but following your advice I post a link to that page what you say about this:


Hi there,
The programmes are perfect BUT:D :D they are valid for a month and then you have to Pa.....yyyyyy:D . even the Mollier chart
Cheers

from thread

http://www.refrigeration-engineer.com/forums/showthread.php?p=62684#post62684

seems something is wrong:confused:

Speaking about your web site and stuff there, if you give address in your CP someone will discover it and probably give suggestion to other members here and that will not sounds like self advertising (maybe I am not right) but on this way....

Stuff there is not free - you sell it (prices low/high are not in question) and that is advertising and you know that is not free.

I am sorry if I sounds rude but if you think once more all about I believe you will agree with me.

I must say I admire (I believe not only me) your contribution to our forum and this was small misunderstanding which will not repeat and I suggest for all of us simply to forget it;)

Best regards, Josip :)

nh3simman
24-03-2007, 11:12 AM
Very nice, something good for free, but following your advice I post a link to that page what you say about this:



from thread

http://www.refrigeration-engineer.com/forums/showthread.php?p=62684#post62684

seems something is wrong:confused:

Speaking about your web site and stuff there, if you give address in your CP someone will discover it and probably give suggestion to other members here and that will not sounds like self advertising (maybe I am not right) but on this way....

Stuff there is not free - you sell it (prices low/high are not in question) and that is advertising and you know that is not free.

I am sorry if I sounds rude but if you think once more all about I believe you will agree with me.

I must say I admire (I believe not only me) your contribution to our forum and this was small misunderstanding which will not repeat and I suggest for all of us simply to forget it;)

Best regards, Josip :)
I apologise. It was a mistake to reference my site.

FCS
18-11-2007, 01:19 AM
Dose this Have U.S unit (Btu PSIA Deg F)
thanks

Eng_Abdelrhman
15-10-2008, 03:20 AM
very good
thank'ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

Erutan
21-10-2010, 09:22 AM
Hey be-careful, Coolpack properties are wrong for the R22 refrigerant!
Hope it might help!
Cheers.

Veerpal Singh
17-12-2010, 06:49 AM
I want R407 c ph chart.

nike123
17-12-2010, 07:47 AM
I want R407 c ph chart.

You posted here but did you read any of posts in this thread?:eek:

http://tinyurl.com/3y9j4pu

EmrithKris
18-12-2010, 03:07 AM
Hi guys,

Anybody knows where I could find PH Chart and tables for different gaz. I have R22 and R12, but would need R401 and R410A etc.

Thanks

Try ICEO or other refrigerant manufacturers like ici