## Effects of change of R-22 to R-410A

## Effects of change of R-22 to R-410A

(OP)

Hi folks,

Recently, I purchased an air conditioner with R-410A refrigerant, as generaly all manufacturing companies are replacing/phasing out R-22. The air conditioner is not working well its compressor gets tripped every three minytes. My technician tells me that the new gas(R-107A) requires different type of compression pressure and compressor which is more sensitive to voltage stability.The older air conditioners in my house are working well. My question is that whether the systems with R-107A are more load-sensitive in general or this is a design problem?

Recently, I purchased an air conditioner with R-410A refrigerant, as generaly all manufacturing companies are replacing/phasing out R-22. The air conditioner is not working well its compressor gets tripped every three minytes. My technician tells me that the new gas(R-107A) requires different type of compression pressure and compressor which is more sensitive to voltage stability.The older air conditioners in my house are working well. My question is that whether the systems with R-107A are more load-sensitive in general or this is a design problem?

## RE: Effects of change of R-22 to R-410A

What is the temperature of the air entering the condenser coil?

Your technician is seemingly poorly informed and making up things that sound technical in an attempt to hide his lack of knowledge.

## RE: Effects of change of R-22 to R-410A

## RE: Effects of change of R-22 to R-410A

## RE: Effects of change of R-22 to R-410A

## RE: Effects of change of R-22 to R-410A

As lilliput1 says go see the mans supervisor. If this is a new unit the company should make it right.

B.E.

You are judged not by what you know, but by what you can do.

## RE: Effects of change of R-22 to R-410A