How Much Freon Does a 5 Ton Unit Hold?

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The amount of Freon that a 5 ton unit holds varies slightly with the model of the unit. On average, a 5 ton unit will hold about six to seven pounds of Freon. You can find the capacity on the plate on the side of most units.
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