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CFCs

Genetron® 114 (R-114)

U.S. production stopped December 31, 1995. Genetron 114 is intermediate in pressure and displacement. Principally used with chillers for higher capacities or for lower evaporator temperature process-type applications.

U.S. production stopped December 31, 1995. Genetron® 114 is intermediate in pressure and displacement. Principally used with chillers for higher capacities or for lower evaporator temperature process-type applications.

General Information

  • Refrigerant Class
    • CFC
  • Brand
    • Genetron®
  • ASHRAE Number
    • R-114
  • Application
    • Commercial A/C
    • Commercial Refrigeration

Physical Properties

  • Critical Pressure
    • 472.39 psia
  • Saturated Liquid Density
    • 89.8 lb/ft3 at 86 °F
  • Molecular Weight
    • 170.9 lbm/lbmol
  • Specific Heat of Vapor
    • 0.16 Btu/lb at 86 °F and 1 Atm, at Cp
  • Specific Heat of Liquid
    • 0.24 Btu/lb at 86 °F

Temperature

  • Boiling Point/Range
    • 38.5 °F at 1 Atm
  • Critical Temperature
    • 294.22 °F ASTM D-1321
  • Freezing Point
    • -137 °F at 1 Atm

Safety & Environment

  • Flammable Range
    • None, %vol. in air Based on ASHRAE Standard 34 with Match Ignition

Standards & Approvals

  • ASHRAE Safety Classification
    • A1

Other

  • Other Notes
    • U.S. production stopped December 31, 1995. Chlorofluorocarbon CFC products such as R-114 are no longer manufactured but are still used in a variety of systems, and service refrigerant is sometimes still available in reclaimed form in some developed countries including the United States. In countries operating under "Article" provisions of the Montreal protocol agreement, CFCs in virgin form are still available, although these countries are now beginning to implement CFC phase-outs.

General Information

  • Refrigerant Class
    • CFC
  • Brand
    • Genetron®
  • ASHRAE Number
    • R-114
  • Application
    • Commercial A/C
    • Commercial Refrigeration

Physical Properties

  • Critical Pressure
    • 472.39 psia
  • Saturated Liquid Density
    • 89.8 lb/ft3 at 86 °F
  • Molecular Weight
    • 170.9 lbm/lbmol
  • Specific Heat of Vapor
    • 0.16 Btu/lb at 86 °F and 1 Atm, at Cp
  • Specific Heat of Liquid
    • 0.24 Btu/lb at 86 °F

Temperature

  • Boiling Point/Range
    • 38.5 °F at 1 Atm
  • Critical Temperature
    • 294.22 °F ASTM D-1321
  • Freezing Point
    • -137 °F at 1 Atm

Safety & Environment

  • Flammable Range
    • None, %vol. in air Based on ASHRAE Standard 34 with Match Ignition

Standards & Approvals

  • ASHRAE Safety Classification
    • A1

Other

  • Other Notes
    • U.S. production stopped December 31, 1995. Chlorofluorocarbon CFC products such as R-114 are no longer manufactured but are still used in a variety of systems, and service refrigerant is sometimes still available in reclaimed form in some developed countries including the United States. In countries operating under "Article" provisions of the Montreal protocol agreement, CFCs in virgin form are still available, although these countries are now beginning to implement CFC phase-outs.
  • Refrigerant Class : CFC
  • Brand : Genetron®
  • ASHRAE Number : R-114
  • Application : Commercial A/C|Commercial Refrigeration
  • Critical Pressure : 472.39 psia
  • Saturated Liquid Density : 89.8 lb/ft3 at 86 °F
  • Molecular Weight : 170.9 lbm/lbmol
  • Specific Heat of Vapor : 0.16 Btu/lb at 86 °F and 1 Atm, at Cp
  • Specific Heat of Liquid : 0.24 Btu/lb at 86 °F
  • Boiling Point/Range : 38.5 °F at 1 Atm
  • Critical Temperature : 294.22 °F ASTM D-1321
  • Freezing Point : -137 °F at 1 Atm
  • Flammable Range : None, %vol. in air Based on ASHRAE Standard 34 with Match Ignition
  • ASHRAE Safety Classification : A1
  • Other Notes : U.S. production stopped December 31, 1995. Chlorofluorocarbon CFC products such as R-114 are no longer manufactured but are still used in a variety of systems, and service refrigerant is sometimes still available in reclaimed form in some developed countries including the United States. In countries operating under "Article" provisions of the Montreal protocol agreement, CFCs in virgin form are still available, although these countries are now beginning to implement CFC phase-outs.