Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Hyundai Verna Egypt refrigerant charge

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Hyundai Verna Egypt refrigerant charge

Hyundai Verna Egypt refrigerant mass

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Hyundai Verna Egypt is the second generation LC (1999-2005) of Hyundai Accent sedan 4-door as I figured out from the following link in Wikipedia:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyundai_Accent




The refrigerant type and mass is not stated in the last updated owner's manual (2005) in the following link:
Hyundai Accent 2005 owner's manual

As I knew by asking people and by internet search the refrigerant used in the air conditioning system is R134a which is used in refrigerators and freezers, but I was not sure of the accurate (design) amount of refrigerant mass (charge) because of different values stated in different sources:

Reference 1:
http://workshop-manuals.com/hyundai/accent/l4-1.6l/heating_and_air_conditioning/refrigerant/component_information/specifications/capacity_specifications/

R134a (600 ± 25 g)

Reference 2:
http://www.techchoiceparts.com/refrigerant-and-oil-capacities/hyundai

R134a. 20 ounce = ‪566.9905‬ g.    Oil PAG46. 6 ounce=‪170.0971‬ g

Reference 3:
http://www.naasltd.com/Resources/FileBrowser/Media/Documents/CVS/Refrigerant%20and%20oil%20charge%20chart.pdf

R134a 0.600kg OIL ISO46 150g.

Reference 4:
http://www.autototal.ro/dmdocuments/Catalog%20Behr%20Hella.pdf
R134a 550 gm. Oil: PAG FD46XG 180 mL


Then, from previous references, it seems that the maximum possible amount of refrigerant charge R134a is 625 gm and oil 180 gm. This means that a 1-kg refrigerant bottle is fare enough for the refrigerant charging operation.


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