Engine Size: 2.2
Refrigerant Type: R12
Country of Origin: United States
I've been having no luck in finding somebody that will recover my R12 to my empty 30 lb. bottle. It was suggested to me that I use the vehicles' AC compressor to pump the freon into the bottle myself. Any constructive advice would be greatly appreciated. Can a RRR machine recover the freon to the onboard bottle and recharge it into an external bottle?
Dave in VA.
If you are talking about recovering your R12 into a disposable tank , that is illegal .
Recovered Freon is suppose to be put into a tank made for that purpose .
Edited: Sat July 20, 2013 at 2:58 AM by WyrTwister
Most refrigerant containers will not allow for re filling. The internal valves will prevent the introduction of refrigerant into the container.
There is a recovery cyclinder available for purchase that will allow recovered refrigerant to be introduced into this container. Some of the older containers did not have the flow valves and can be refilled....be very careful....discharge pressures may be quite excessive and could result in a dangerous situation when recovering.
Simply removing the refrigerant does not clean and filter the refrigerant to allow for immediate recharge.
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