Definitions of HVACR "high side" & "low side" pressures; typical refrigerant
pressures; .... E.g. R22 at 80 degF will stabilize at 143.7 psi in the system while
Aug 30, 2011 ... The low side is 65 psi and the high side is 240 psi. Would this .... If you don't have
any R22, how did you purge your gauges? This is a ... high side. The pressures
are high enough to inject refrigerant and oil through the skin.
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Sep 16, 2012 ... In my (2) R22-based HVAC systems, the low pressure side is 40 and 45 degrees
Fahrenheit (F) while the ... All systems use R22 refrigerant.
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Apr 30, 2011 ... With the A/C uint on i am adding R-22 to the systim on the low side of the uint to
65 or 70 psi. ... You have no idea how much refrigerant you used or what to
charge the customer. ... why you put r22 upside down ... Checking system
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Nov 4, 2011 ... i have a unit about 10 yrs old, low on pressure and trying to put r22 in it. ... The
low pressure side needs about 40 lbs minimum to keep switch ...
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Jun 15, 2012 ... Kung Fu Maintenance demonstrates how to charge an air conditioner through the
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Mar 8, 2010 ... Lowside (evaporating pressure (psig): 11.6 (10°) ... High evaporator (suction)
pressure: Refrigerant vapor will be drawn from the suction line ...
This guide is for central air conditioning systems that use R-22 refrigerant which
is ... They consist of a manifold with a high and low pressure gauge as well as ....
R-22 is normally added in the vapor state (with the container right side up) to the
Basics. • Refrigeration is the removal of heat from a material or space, so that ...
or low pressure, in the "low side" .... at 100°f R22 refrigerant pressure would be.
Low Range: Any high side pressure below 175 PSIG. ... superheat, and high
subcooling indicate that the evaporator is starving for refrigerant.