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One Can Honeywell R1234YF AC Refrigerant for Mobile Systems


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SKU: 1-R1234YF

Honeywell Solstice HFO-1234YF 8oz Cans. This is one can of Honeywell R1234YF. HFO-1234yf is the first in a new class of refrigerants acquiring a global warming potential rating 335 times less than R-134a. It is only 4 times higher than carbon dioxide, which can also be used as a refrigerant. But R1234YF has significantly different properties from R134a. It especially requires operation at around 5 times higher pressure. It also has an atmospheric lifetime of about 400 times shorter.

  • One Can Honeywell R1234YF
  • COMPATIBILITY: For all mobile R1234YF systems.
  • GENUINE: Real R1234YF purchased from the only legal producer in the USA
  • SIZE: 8oz cans are the only ones being produced other than large cylinders
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Weight 10.5 oz
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Frequently Asked Questions

What cars are using R1234yf?

In short, this answer has 2 parts. If your car was made in the US in 2021 or later then the manufacturer was required by the EPA to use R1234YF in an AC system. General Motors was the first U.S. manufacturer to use R-1234yf refrigerant in the 2013 Cadillac XTS. Since then, many manufacturers have begun using the refrigerant in their new vehicles. So to determine if your car uses R1234YF then your best bet is to consult your car’s manual, look under your hood for manufacturer tags with AC refrigerant information (all vehicles have them) or just conduct a web search like this: “refrigerant for (your vehicle’s year) (your vehicle’s make) (your vehicle’s model)”. Here is an example: “refrigerant for 2005 honda accord”.

Can you use R134a in place of 1234yf?

No, because it’s illegal for valid environmental reasons. Having said that, you may hear that some people have been able to use R134a in their R1234YF AC systems and get it to work but we do not recommend this. In most cases, they have had to change the AC refrigerant fittings on their vehicles and address additional, technical concerns to prevent expensive AC system damage. Overall, it’s just not a good idea.

What kind of oil does a 1234yf system take?

AC systems using R1234YF must use the newer ND-Oil 12 or fully synthetic PAG 46.