Pressure-to-temperature calculation app for 80+ refrigerants
Update: Our Low-GWP Tool, Troubleshooter, and Spare Parts apps have now been integrated with Refrigerant Slider. You can still access all the features you’re familiar with in Refrigerant Slider, but with additional functionality and convenience.
Click here to access the browser version of all four tools.
Ref Tools includes five of our most popular and useful air conditioning and refrigeration tools:
In addition to giving you quick access to helpful tools, Ref Tools lets you track your most visited service sites and save unique settings for each one. You’ll save time and simplify each service call.
The workday can be full and the road long, so Ref Tools also provides you with some educational entertainment. You can tune in to the popular Chilling with Jens podcast directly in the app. Take a break and chill out a bit while learning something new about refrigeration.
A little more about Refrigerant Slider
Refrigerant Slider, now a part of Ref Tools, helps you quickly calculate the pressure-to-temperature ratio for more than 80 refrigerants, including natural refrigerants such as ammonia and transcritical CO2. Refrigerant Slider also provides you with information about each refrigerant, including Global Warming Potential (GWP) and Ozone Depleting Potential (ODP). You can switch between the IPCC AR4 and AR5 values, where AR4 values are used in relation to the European F-Gas regulations.
Refrigerant Slider’s P/T calculations use extended curve–fitting models based on Refprop 10 results. You can also see both dew and bubble point for refrigerants with glide.
In this video, you’ll learn how to use the app by comparing two refrigerants, R407F and R507. You’ll also get a walkthrough of all the different functions you can perform in the app and see the information you can get about each refrigerant, including class, GWP, ODP, superheat, and more.
If you need support or have suggestions for how to improve Ref Tools, please send us an email at email@example.com.
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