I reclaim the R22, add POE oil, charge the system with R 407F and adjust the Delta T
Allied Refrigeration 440-823-5720
west side of Cleveland, Ohio

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36 thoughts on “R22 Walk In Cooler change over to R 407F

  1. Jake says:

    I would check the price on R 407a.  I found it was cheaper and the blend is only 10 percent more r125 and 10 percent less r32, and the same amount of r134a.

  2. gregory .sadowski says:

    hey jim, do you ever have issues with your cps scale? i have the scale as well as my other employee and we both get random "adp on" on the startup screen- weird. once you recycle the start up a couple times it works correctly. they are new scales as well and cps does not have an answer either go figure.

  3. pmgodfrey says:

    Since I started watching your videos a few weeks ago, I have a new appreciation (and interest) in these coolers when I walk in them to get a case of beer.

    Thanks again for sharing, Jim.

  4. awsom70 says:

    Nice work Jim! How do you do the whole letting tjem use the recovered r22 for their other units? Did you sell him the recovery tank to keep it in or how do you keep track say if its 3 months until he needs some?

  5. Arnie Grote says:

    Nice Job Jim, I have never used R407F yet have to check it out. I keep a winter coat with a hood on it, In my van in the summer just for coolers and freezers. Don't like that cold air blowing in my ear. I am getting OLD.

  6. JMR hvac says:

    Good video. I work for a local HVAC co in town Raymond plg and htg thanks for all the videos I'm learning a lot I have been in the HVAC field going on 23 yrs thanks .


    Jim you have very good videos!! That I have enjoyed watching for the Last 2 months! But I notice you! Don't practice much on Safety!! Like wearing Gloves!! AND SAFETY GLASSES ESPECIALLY! ( Cleaning with that Wire Brush over head.) Other than that I think you are a PROFESSIONAL(MASTER TECHINAN!!****) I COMMENT BECAUSE OF THE YOUNG TECH WACHING YOU COIMG OUT IN TO THE FIELD!!!! SAFETY, QUALITY, PRODUCTIVITY

  8. aaa700 says:

    Hey Jim Great video Everytime I watch I learn something and have questions. why did you have to add 20% Poe oil and how did you come up with that number of 20% thanks man peace

  9. Roy T says:

    Hey Jim nice job buddy! hey for your experience whats best refrigerant between 407c vs 407f ? in a mediem temp sytem ? and have you used 407F on low temp as well?

  10. Rayman Zhang says:

    How come my R22 Walk In Cooler work fine in winter, but whenever it Is summer my cooler's refrigerator compressor, doesn't keep the right temperature and not running properly. I need to turn the power of it on and off in order for it to work. Everyday I have to switch the power on and off once or twice a day, whenever it I the hot part of the day.

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