Hexafluoropropylene R1216 Refrigerant

r1216 refrigerant

R1216 refrigerant, named hexafluoropropylene, also known as HFP, is one of the most important fluorine-containing monomers.

Introduction of hexafluoropropylene R1216

R1216 is a colorless and odorless gas at normal temperature and pressure, slightly soluble in ethanol and ether, and is one of the most important fluorine-containing monomers. It is mainly used to prepare a variety of fluorine-containing fine chemical products, pharmaceutical intermediates, fire extinguishing agents, etc., and can also be used to prepare fluorine-containing polymer materials.

Use of hexafluoropropylene R1216

R1216 refrigerant can be copolymerized with other olefins to prepare fluorine-containing polymer materials and is the raw material for fluorine-containing fine chemical products such as pharmaceutical intermediates, fire extinguishing agent R227ea, and refrigerant R1234yf.

Physical and chemical properties of R1216

Formula: CF2=CF-CF3

CAS NO.: 116-15-4

Molecular Weight: 150.02

Boiling Point: -29.6℃

Critical Temperature: 85℃

Critical Pressure: 3.254 Mpa

Critical Density: 0.60g/cm3

Liquid Density (60℃): 1.105g/cm3

Gas Density: 5.2

quality index of R1216

Purity: ≥99.90%

Water: ≤0.001%

Acidity: ≤0.0001%

Appearance: Colorless, no sediment

Precautions for storage of hexafluoropropylene

Fill or store in stainless steel containers (steel cylinders or storage tanks) with a working pressure ≥ 2Mpa after surface purification and cleaning. The filling coefficient is not greater than 1.06kg/L.

The storage period should not exceed half a year to avoid self-polymerization and deterioration.

The temperature during storage and transportation is less than 50°C, and it cannot be exposed to the sun or violently shaken.


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