ES-12a

Does anybody have any comments on usings ES-12a in a R-12 car?

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Non Toxic
Environmentally Safe
33% More Efficient
No License Necessary
No Recycling
No Retrofitting!
Fully compatible as a direct drop in replacement for R-134a and an excellent replacement for R-12a, R-22a and R-502a in all HVAC and commercial systems.
Does not require a compressor oil change
Guaranteed not to harm air conditioning system components or any related mechanical equipment if installed and used according to factory directions.
Is a better conductor of heat and requires less horsepower to compress, which reduces compressor wear and extends compressor life.
Ignition temperature is 1585F at both 5 PSI and 0 PSI, is markedly better than R-134a's ignition temperature of 368F at 5 PSI and 1411F at 0 PSI.
Hydrocarbon refrigerant endorsed by Greenpeace in full compliance with the UN Montreal Protocol. Does not become caustic if contaminated with moisture and oxygen. It's 100% Organic Enviro-Safe does not become caustic if contaminated with moisture or oxygen. Enviro-Safe is a better conductor of heat and requires less horsepower to compress, which reduces compressor wear and extends compressor life. Enviro-Safe does not require a compressor oil change. 32% more efficient which means less wear on your refrigeration system, substantial energy savings and reduced operating costs. With Enviro-Safe the compressor will only load approximately 2-3 hp. The boiling temperature is -30.4F.
Enviro-Safe is an "Environmentally Safe" organic,
ES-12a is up to 32% more efficient than R-12 and much more efficient than R-134a. This means less wear on your refrigeration system, substantial energy savings and reduced operating costs. With Enviro-Safe the compressor will only load approximately 2-3 hp. Enviro-Safe ES-12a's boiling temperature is -30.4F. Enviro-Safe ES-12a was designed as an R-12 replacement in all R-12 applications.
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My previous post (AC refrigerant R12a vs R134) was prompted by an advert for 12a refrigerant which was a product I had not heard of, I made the probably incorrect assumption that the correct name was R12a advert copied below, I need to examine the product to see if it is actually ES-12a. Google search on 'duracool 12a refrigerant' http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&q=duracool+12a+refrigerant&btnG=Google+Search&meta Does anyone here have any experience with this product? DURACOOL UNIVERSAL MOBILE AIR CONDITIONING RECHARGE AND SEAL KIT
8211237 Includes 2 cans of 12a refrigerant, 1 can of sealant, end adapters, safety goggles and a test thermometer.
Wt. 3.0 lbs. REG. 74.99 SALE5999
8202434 12a refrigerant (6 oz. can) environmentally friendly alternative to ozone depleting CFCs and HCFCs cools better
and 35% more efficiently than R134a.
Wt. 0.6 lbs. REG. 12.99 SALE
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Interesting, but can it be added to R-12 in a system without clearing the R-12 out?

http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&q=duracool+12a+refrigerant&btnG=Google+Search&meta =
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The answer would seem to be no
http://www.epa.gov/ozone/snap/refrigerants/lists/chiller.html and http://autorefrigerants.com/Envirotechnical.htm
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