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Johnsen's R-134a Refrigerant (6-count / 12-oz cans)

by Johnsen's |
Item # 26986
Model # 6312-6 |

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About this item

  • Six-pack of 134a refrigerant cans
  • Can be used in all R-134a air conditioning systems
  • Johnsen's refrigerant meets or exceeds purity standards
  • Proudly made in the U.S.A.
  • Johnsen's® R-134a Refrigerant uses an ACME threaded dome cap
  • Handy 12-ounce size
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This bulk package of Johnsen's® R-134a Refrigerant (6-count / 12-oz cans) provides one of the most affordable 134a refrigerant price options. A trusted product, Johnsen's refrigerant is proudly made in the U.S.A.

Can Any Auto Air Conditioning System Use the Johnsen's R-134a Refrigerant in This Package?

This product has been designed for all retrofitted and/or factory installed R-134a auto air conditioning systems. It meets or exceeds the common purity standards (AHRI 700-206 and SAE J 2776), too.

How Much 134a Refrigerant Is Contained in Each Can?

This Johnsen's R-134a Refrigerant is packaged in a 12-ounce size. That means only a few cans can be used to recharge almost any empty auto air conditioning system, but the design of the cans also enables users to top off an auto air conditioning system with a single can and then easily re-seal it. The total amount in the six-can package is 72 ounces. The cans are only 3" in diameter and under 5" tall, ensuring that a spare can be tucked conveniently into a vehicles emergency or repair gear for any roadside issues or repairs.

How Can You Attach the Cans of Johnsen's 134a refrigerant to the Vehicle's A/C System?

These Johnsen's R134a cans use the standard ACME threaded cap design. This means that anyone with screw-on charge hoses can use these cans, but also that those who rely on professional grade tools that connect via the air conditioner's manifold will also be able to use these canisters.

Does This Product Meet the Expected Safety Standards for Auto Air Conditioning Refrigerant?

Yes, it actually meets or exceeds the AHRI 700-206 and SAE J 2776 purity standards ensuring optimal performance, quality and safety. Additionally, the product is packaged in a well designed can with easy to read and easy to identify labeling, ensuring safety and ease of use at all times.

Where is This Refrigerant Produced?

This is a product made entirely within the United States.

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