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Ig-lo R22 Refrigerant .15 Oz Can New Old Stock Please Read on 2040-parts.com

US $59.99
Location:

Braceville, Illinois, United States

Braceville, Illinois, United States
Condition:New Country/Region of Manufacture:United States UPC:028882095167

  • **** I have 10 cans available*****  I weighed them all and they range from .13 oz - 1.4 so keep in mind with the age of cans weights have changed. 
  • For use in central air conditioners, window units and equipment using R-22 refrigerant.
  • Item will ship UPS ground only
  • Item will ship after payment is received
  • YOU MUST BE EPA CERTIFIED TO USE THIS PRODUCT, OR YOU ARE TRANSFERRING IT TO AN EPA CERTIFIED USER. PURCHASING THIS ITEM YOU AGREE WITH THESE CONDITIONS.
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R-22 for the purpose of being used by or reselling to an EPA certified technician. 

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