An Overview Of TdX 20 Refrigerant

R22 or Freon is one of the most efficient refrigerants used in a majority of HVAC-R systems out there. In fact, the substance has been used for many decades since it is highly energy efficient as well as compatible with most of the HVAC-R systems out there. But there was one big issue with R22 and that is the substance was found to be damaging to the ozone layer of the planet.

Hence, the Montreal Protocol of 1987 decided to phase out substances that cause the depletion of the ozone layer – including R22. These substances are known as ozone-depleting substances or ODS. The phase-out was planned in several stages, and the final stage is to be completed in January 2020. R22 won’t be available on the market even for the purpose of servicing the existing HVAC-R units after this date. Hence, the industry experts decided to find an alternative refrigerant that is energy efficient, HVAC-R friendly, as well as eco-friendly at the same time. TdX20 is one of the best alternative refrigerants on the market today. This article provides an overview of TdX 20 refrigerant.

HVAC-R systems worldwide are responsible for using more than 40% of all electricity. On the other hand, electricity is one of the main culprits that is responsible for the increase in global warming. More than 30% of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States is due to electricity. Many of the alternative refrigerants that are supposed to replace R22 would increase the energy consumption of the HVAC unit. Hence, they are not the most viable for HVAC-R systems. But TdX 20 is quite different to most of the alternative refrigerants on the market today. In fact, TdX 20 reduces the electricity consumption of your HVAC-R system by at least 5-25% depending on the type of HVAC system used. That is why the substance has become extremely popular with a majority of HVAC technicians and customers. There are many other advantages of TdX 20 compared to most of the other replacement refrigerants on the market. Hence, TdX 20 is touted as the most viable replacement for R22 – when Freon is completely phased out in January 2020. That is why you should consider making the shift from R22 to TdX 20 without further delay.

Peter Capuciati is a physicist as well as the co-founder of Bluon Energy – the company behind the invention of TdX 20. Peter and his team spent almost 7 years finding an alternative refrigerant to R22. They saw the huge potential for such a refrigerant once R22 was completely banned in 2020. The alternative refrigerants that were available at that time were eco-friendly but increased the electricity consumption of the HVAC system. Hence, they were not the most viable refrigerants to replace R22. In fact, the whole idea of finding a replacement for R22 is to have an environmental benefit. That is where Bluon’s TdX 20 comes in handy. It is one of the very few substances that is eco and HVAC friendly at the same time. Make the shift right now and save your money and time in the long run.

TdX 20 is capable of reducing the electricity consumption of your HVAC-R unit by at least 5-25% – depending on what type of unit you use. In fact, the refrigerant achieves this feat by transporting heat at a lower pressure. It can transport more heat at a lower pressure. This will help maximize the use of the compressor and coil of your system – which will minimize system losses inherent to most HVAC-R units out there. Bluon Energy tried out hundreds of formulas before they came out with the winning formula in TdX 20. In fact, more than three years of extensive research revealed something unexpected at the Bluon laboratory. The team of researchers found out that by stacking more than five different refrigerants over each other, a domino effect occurred. it would increase the productivity of the compressor and coil of the unit as well as reduce the load on these components. This phenomenon helped to reduce the energy consumption of the unit. That is why TdX 20 is considered one of the best replacement refrigerants on the market today.

TdX 20 is quite inexpensive compared to R22. A pound of R22 sells between $86-115 today. That is due to the limited production of the substance. Suppliers who have stocked up the refrigerant are charging exorbitant prices for the substance. But you won’t be able to buy R22 even for this price when it is completely banned in 2020. On the other hand, TdX 20 sells on the market for $13-18 per pound. TdX works on almost all R22 HVAC-R systems. Hence, you don’t have to spend money on replacing the entire unit when shifting from R22 to TdX 20. That is why you should be making the shift right now and saving your hard-earned money in the process.

If you are still using an HVAC system that runs on R22, you should consider replacing Freon (R22) with TdX 20 right now. The longer you take to make the shift, the more money you will lose. Just imagine how much you will have to spend on refilling your system with R22 if you experience a refrigerant leak in your system. It is much better to make the shift from R22 to TdX 20 today and save money over time. On the other hand, the government is offering various incentives to home and business owners who are their old unit with the latest units using alternative refrigerants. Take advantage of this scheme and make the change without delay so that you won’t regret later on.

R22 or Freon is the most popular refrigerant used in old HVAC-R systems. But the substance is found to damage the ozone layer of the planet. That is where a replacement refrigerant such as TdX 20 comes in handy. The aforementioned article provides an overview of Bluon Energy’s TdX 20 refrigerant.

Melissa Thompson writes about a wide range of topics, revealing interesting things we didn’t know before. She is a freelance USA Today producer, and a Technorati contributor.