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Freon F/S

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by birddog1964, Aug 13, 2009.

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    you also have to pay a hazardous materials fee to ship it and anybody who knows about A/C don't use R12 anymore they convert it to 134a. I'm not trying to be smart ether

    lee
     
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    This sia "Frenchy Frigon" product... Right?
     
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    Got pictures?
     
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    Smartass!
     
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    R12 is also used in some refrigerators and window AC units,and not just in cars. Check with a local appliance repair shop to sell but you will probably have to drop your price. See what they will offer first.

    Mostly now R134A is used in cars.....But...I put some R12 in a car just 2 weeks ago in a Rolls. Last week I put in some cheaper Freeze 12 in a Volvo. Yes, I do have a license.I too have some 12 ounce cans left and about 9 pounds in a 20 pound cylinder. I have some stop leak that is in a plastic tube and requires no license. R12 is still used now but seldom.

    If one had attended a class on how to correctly convert a R12 system to 134A I think they would just forget it. Just my 2ยข worth. Ray.....
     
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    I believe the small cans were covered under consumer quantities and were left from before the Montreal protocol and the phase out. It is not like he is black marketing the product. I am sure someone has an old car that needs a little top up of the system.
     
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    http://www.koolit.net/prod_list.php?sci=5
    R12 is 29.95 a 12oz can at this web site and can only be sold to those that posses a 608 or 609 lic.

    This is from the EPA web site

    Who can buy refrigerant under the sales restriction?


    The following people can buy any type of refrigerant under the sales restriction (for instance, R-11, R-12, R-123, R-22, and R-12), except for "small cans" containing less than 20 pounds of R-12:


    technicians certified to service stationary appliances (i.e., Type I,
    Type II, Type III, or Universal certification) by a Section 608
    EPA-certified testing organization;


    employers of a Section 608 certified technicians (or the employer's
    authorized representative) if the employer provides the wholesaler
    with written evidence that he or she employs at least one properly
    certified technician;

    and manufacturers of air-conditioning and refrigeration equipment, where
    the refrigerant is used in the original manufacture of the equipment


    The following people can only buy refrigerant found suitable for use in a motor vehicle air conditioner (for example, R-12, R-406A, R-414A, R-414B, etc.), including "small cans" containing less than 20 pounds of R-12:

    technicians certified to service motor vehicle air-conditioners
    (MVACs) by a Section 609 EPA-certified testing organization


    persons who buy refrigerant only for the purpose of resale to Section
    609 certified technicians, such persons must provide written
    documentation (that includes the purchaser's name and address) to the
    seller stating that the refrigerant is only intended for resale.
     
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    You can buy the reg stuff at auto zone and dont need a licence. dont worry about that. There much more things to worry about
     
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    sell it to an auto parts store. oz
     
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