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1-(208)-687-7000
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N. 10278 Church Road
Rathdrum ID, 83858

OZ Technology Patents:

USA Patent - 6,336,333 B1
UK Patent - 2,286,194
Hong Kong Patent - 0961973
Mexican Patent - 194530

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OZ Technology Inc. is the exclusive developer of environmentally safe refrigerants HC-12a and HC-22a. HC-12a and HC-22a, are Earth friendly and non-ozone depleting. Scientific analysis and field experience over the last decade have proven HC-12a and HC-22a are compatible replacements for ozone-depleting refrigerants. HC-12a and HC-22a have also proven to be safe and energy efficient.

HC-12a and HC-22a are 100% natural, environmentally friendly and non-toxic. Our products, when properly applied in refrigeration systems have consistantly reduced power bills by 30%-50% and correspondingly help to extend the life of system components.


General Product Information Resources

HC-12a and HC-22a Product Brochure - This is a basic full-color product brochure for information on OZ Technology products. This document is in PDF file format for printing or viewing. To learn more about PDF files click the link to your left under the menu.

Guide for Charging Refrigeration Systems - A step-by-step guide to recharging refrigeration systems with HC-12a or HC-22a.

HC-12a/HC-22a Equivalent Information - A chart detailing existing equipment systems and their HC equivalent for replacement.

HC-12a/HC-22a Equivalent Information

HC-12a® is a hydrocarbon refrigerant blend. The primary ingredients are hydrocarbons, which are flammable substances such as propane and butane. HC-12a® is a registered trademarks of OZ Technology, Inc. HC-12a® has been marketed since 1994. This product has been reviewed by EPA under the Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP) program. HC-12a is equivalent to R-12 and HFC-134a in most refrigeration sectors, see the product comparison information below for more details. Visit our product section for more information on HC-12a, including, MSDS, technical property sheets, and product guarantee.

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HC-22a® is a hydrocarbon refrigerant blend. The primary ingredients are hydrocarbons, which are flammable substances such as propane and butane. HC-22a® is a registered trademarks of OZ Technology, Inc. HC-22a® is an ozone-safe, second-generation substitute for HCFC-22 without retrofitting. See the product comparison information below for more details. Visit our product section for more information on HC-22a, including, MSDS, technical property sheets, and product guarantee.

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Discharge Pressure Comparison Test - Comparison of R-12, R-406a and HC-12a on a Manitowoc Ice Machine, Model EY0604A

Discharge Pressure Comparison Test

Discharge Pressure Comparison Test - Comparison of R-12, R-406a and HC-12a on a Meat Case Display, Hussman Model #C1-10

Discharge Pressure Comparison Test

Suction Pressure Comparison Test - Comparison of R-12, R-406a and HC-12a on a Meat Case Display, Hussman Model #C1-10

Discharge Pressure Comparison Test

Suction Pressure Comparison Test - Comparison of M-39, R-406a and HC-12a on a 230ft3 Walk-in Cooler

Discharge Pressure Comparison Test

Head Pressure Comparison Test - Comparison of MP-39, R-406a and HC-12a on a 230ft3 Walk-in Cooler

Discharge Pressure Comparison Test

HC-22a/Freon R-22 Comparison Test Results, 1995 - Covers test results of multiple models and types of refrigeration units.

HC-22a/Freon R-22 Comparison Test Results, 1995

Vapor Pressure vs. Temperature - Comparison of many common refrigerants.

Vapor Pressure vs. Temperature