Thermophysical properties of HFC refrigerants
Thermophysical properties of over 100 HFC refrigerants, including single-component and blends.
The table below presents the main thermophysical properties of HFC refrigerants, including single-component and blends. We listed blends that include at least one HFC in their composition. Over 100 HFC refrigerants are listed, and we intend to periodically update this page.
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The values of the thermophysical properties presented here are extracted primarily from UNEP sources  and  which are based on the available reference sources. Only critical temperature and critical pressure values are not reported in these UNEP sources. Critical temperature values and critical pressure values are mainly taken from source , except where clearly indicated with the appropriate source number next to the value.
Last updated in november 2021.
 UNEP, « Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heat Pumps Technical Options Committee (RTOC) 2018 Assessment Report », 2018. https://ozone.unep.org/sites/default/files/2019-04/RTOC-assessment-report-2018_0.pdf.
 Lemmon, E.W., Bell, I.H., Huber, M.L., McLinden, M.O. NIST Standard Reference Database 23: Reference Fluid Thermodynamic and Transport Properties-REFPROP, Version 10.0, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Standard Reference Data Program, Gaithersburg, 2018.
 Cabello, R., Sánchez, D., Llopis, R., Nebot-Andrés, L., & Calleja-Anta, D. (2021). Energy evaluation of a low temperature commercial refrigeration plant working with the new low-GWP blend R468A as drop-in of R404A. International Journal of Refrigeration, 127, 1-11. https://iifiir.org/en/fridoc/energy-evaluation-of-a-low-temperature-commercial-refrigeration-plant-143530
 Bitzer Refrigerant Report, 21st Edition, Germany, http://www.bitzer.de (accessed on Septembre 14, 2021).
 UNEP, « Technology and Economic Assessment Panel (TEAP) 2021. Progress Report (Volume 1) - advanced copy », 2021. https://ozone.unep.org/node/11983
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