Fake A/C Refrigerant? Is That A Thing? How Dangerous is Fake Car A/C Refrigerant? Let’s Find Out With Project Farm!

Fake A/C Refrigerant? Is That A Thing? How Dangerous is Fake Car A/C Refrigerant? Let’s Find Out With Project Farm!

Okay, so I realize the title of this blog post sounds like someone is trying to sell you a can of stuff that says it is R-134A but is really something else, and that’s not the case here. This isn’t being sold as the real thing, but rather as a replacement for the real thing. This is a substitute that is less toxic or what have you. Or at least that is what they are telling you. To be fair, you can run several different things inside your A/C system and have it be functional and fine, so R-12 or R-134A are not your only options.

I’m not going to go into all the other options, but if you want to know, then do some research of your own on Google.

Video Description:

I purchased two brands of refrigerant advertised as replacement refrigerant for R-134A for a vehicle’s air conditioning system. Using the proper test equipment and proper safety techniques, I compared both alternative refrigerants to R-134A. I hope this review helps you avoid making a costly mistake. I purchased all of the refrigerants, all equipment, and all supplies used in this review to ensure an unbiased comparison. So, thank you for supporting the channel—it helps!

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