How Much Does Freon Cost?


Freon is a group of chlorofluorocarbons, which are an organic compound made up of fluorine, carbon, chlorine, and hydrogen. Chlorofluorocarbons, also referred to as CFCs are often used as refrigerants, solvents, and propellants. CFCs are highly regulated since the 1970s because they damage the ozone layer, a layer of the Earths' atmosphere. As of 2013, Freon costs anywhere between 30 and 60 dollars per pound, depending on location. Freon was developed in 1928 and was produced by General Motors and DuPont.
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Freon is priced per pound and generally runs between $40 and $60. However if this is for a car the price can run upwards of around $200 for a routine flush and refill. You can find
Answer It depends on what kind of freon you need.
It depends on how much you need, it usually costs around $8.00
I have purchased small 12oz. cans here in Connecticut for about $4.00 a can. It usually takes my newer car 2 cans to fill. It's an r134 system. One of my other cars has the old r12
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