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Detecting Methyl Chloride Leak

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Leaks are detected by a leak-detecting halide torch (see Fig. 5-6). Some torches use alcohol for fuel and produce a colorless flange. When a methyl chloride leak is detected, the flame turns green. A brilliant blue flame is produced when large or stronger concentrations are present. In every instance, the room should be well ventilated …

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Methyl Chloride Refrigerants

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Methyl chloride (CHP) has a boiling point of ?10.6°F (?23.3°C). It also has heat of vaporization at boiling point (at l atm) of 177.8 Btu/lb. It is a good refrigerant. However, because it will burn under some conditions some cities will not allow it to be used. It is easy to liquefy and has a …

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