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Vehicle Testing Requirements for Replacement Refrigerants for CFC-12 (R-12) Mobile Air-Conditioning Systems

1999-02-01
HISTORICAL
J1659_199902
The purpose of this SAE Recommended Practice is to establish the specific criteria for the selection of a replacement refrigerant for mobile CFC-12 (R-12) air-conditioning (A/C) systems. This document provides guidelines for qualifying candidate refrigerant. The requirements include laboratory and field testing. The alternate refrigerant shall provide comparable system performance as CFC-12 (R-12) as defined herein. The vehicle testing shall be conducted on representative vehicle manufacturer's product line, in which the refrigerant is intended to be used, such as cycling clutch orifice tube, constant run orifice tube, cycling clutch expansion valve, or continuous run expansion valve refrigerant system. This document is complete only when combined with the requirements of SAE J1657.
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Standard of Purity for Use in Mobile Air-Conditioning Systems

1999-02-01
HISTORICAL
J1991_199902
This information applies to refrigerant used to service automobiles, light trucks, and other vehicles with similar CFC-12 (R-12) systems. Systems used on mobile vehicles for refrigerated cargo that have hermetically sealed, rigid pipe, are not covered in this document.
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Standard of Purity for Use in Mobile Air-Conditioning Systems

1989-10-01
HISTORICAL
J1991_198910
This information applies to refrigerant used to service automobiles, light trucks, and other vehicles with similar CFC-12 systems. Systems used on mobile vehicles for refrigerated cargo that have hermetically sealed, rigid pipe are not covered in this document.
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Service Hose for Automotive Air Conditioning

1997-03-01
HISTORICAL
J2196_199703
This SAE Standard covers reinforced rubber, reinforced thermoplastic, or otherwise constructed hose, or hose assemblies, intended for conducting liquid and gaseous refrigerants for service connections from mobile air conditioning systems to service equipment such as a manifold gauge set and vacuum pumps or for use internally, in charging stations or service equipment intended for use in servicing mobile air-conditioning systems. The hose shall be designed to minimize permeation of refrigerants and contamination of refrigerant passing there through and to be serviceable over a temperature range of -30 to 95°C. Hose working pressure shall be a least 3.4 MPa and the minimum burst pressure be at least 5 times.
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Service Hose for Automotive Air Conditioning

1992-06-02
HISTORICAL
J2196_199206
This SAE Standard covers reinforced rubber, reinforced thermoplastic, or otherwise constructed hose, or hose assemblies, intended for conducting liquid and gaseous refrigerants for service connections from mobile air conditioning systems to service equipment such as a manifold gauge set and vacuum pumps or for use internally, in charging stations or service equipment intended for use in servicing mobile air-conditioning systems. The hose shall be designed to minimize permeation of refrigerants and contamination of refrigerant passing there through and to be serviceable over a temperature range of -30 to 95°C. Hose working pressure shall be a least 3.4 MPa and the minimum burst pressure be at least 5 times.
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Safety and Containment of Refrigerant for Mechanical Vapor Compression Systems Used for Mobile Air-Conditioning Systems

1999-03-01
HISTORICAL
J639_199903
This SAE Recommended Practice is restricted to mechanical vapor compression refrigerant systems that provide cooling for the occupant's compartment. This document provides guidelines for refrigerant containment and safety for a mobile air-conditioning (A/C) system. It is not intended to restrict the use of, or further development of, other types of refrigeration systems for passenger compartment cooling. Should other systems be found practical at some future time, this document may be amended or an additional recommended safety practice drawn up for other types of systems. This document only addresses CFC-12 (R-12) and HFC-134a (R-134a) refrigerants. To prevent mobile A/C system refrigerant contamination, all other alternate refrigerants considered for automotive use require unique service fittings.
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Safety Standards for Motor Vehicle Refrigerant Vapor Compresssions Systems

1994-04-01
HISTORICAL
J639_199404
This SAE Recommended Practice is restricted to mechanical vapor compression refrigerant systems which provide cooling for the occupant's compartment. This document provides guidelines for refrigerant containment and safety for a mobile air- conditioning (A/C) system. The purpose is to also provide cautionary statements for the mobile A/C industry to alert service technicians to the inadvisability and the possible health and safety effects associated when venting refrigerant during service of mobile A/C systems. It is not intended to restrict the use of, or further development of, other types of refrigeration systems for passenger compartment cooling. Should other systems be found practical at some future time, this document may be amended or an additional recommended safety practice drawn up for such other systems. This document only addresses CRC-12 (R-12) and HFC-134a (R-134a) refrigerants.
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Safety Standards for Motor Vehicle Refrigerant Vapor Compressions Systems

1991-11-01
HISTORICAL
J639_199111
This SAE Standard applies to refrigerant vapor compression systems that provide cooling and/or heating for passenger cars, light trucks and commercial vehicles (on and off road) that use automotive type mobile air conditioning [MAC] systems. Large trucks, buses and other vehicles that do not use typical automotive a/c systems or use refrigerants not listed in this document are not covered by this standard. This standard covers any vehicle with a MAC system using a belt or electric motor driven compressor. This document provides standards for design, assembly, test and service of MAC systems to minimize environmental, health and safety impacts. Also included are cautionary statements for the service industry to alert technicians to the inadvisability and possible health or safety effects associated with venting refrigerant during service. It is not intended to restrict the use, or further development, of other types of refrigeration systems for mobile air conditioning applications.
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Safety Standards for Motor Vehicle Refrigerant Vapor Compressions Systems

1981-10-01
HISTORICAL
J639_198110
This SAE Standard applies to refrigerant vapor compression systems that provide cooling and/or heating for passenger cars, light trucks and commercial vehicles (on and off road) that use automotive type mobile air conditioning [MAC] systems. Large trucks, buses and other vehicles that do not use typical automotive a/c systems or use refrigerants not listed in this document are not covered by this standard. This standard covers any vehicle with a MAC system using a belt or electric motor driven compressor. This document provides standards for design, assembly, test and service of MAC systems to minimize environmental, health and safety impacts. Also included are cautionary statements for the service industry to alert technicians to the inadvisability and possible health or safety effects associated with venting refrigerant during service. It is not intended to restrict the use, or further development, of other types of refrigeration systems for mobile air conditioning applications.
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Safety Standards for Motor Vehicle Refrigerant Vapor Compressions Systems

1987-01-01
HISTORICAL
J639_198701
This SAE Standard applies to refrigerant vapor compression systems that provide cooling and/or heating for passenger cars, light trucks and commercial vehicles (on and off road) that use automotive type mobile air conditioning [MAC] systems. Large trucks, buses and other vehicles that do not use typical automotive a/c systems or use refrigerants not listed in this document are not covered by this standard. This standard covers any vehicle with a MAC system using a belt or electric motor driven compressor. This document provides standards for design, assembly, test and service of MAC systems to minimize environmental, health and safety impacts. Also included are cautionary statements for the service industry to alert technicians to the inadvisability and possible health or safety effects associated with venting refrigerant during service. It is not intended to restrict the use, or further development, of other types of refrigeration systems for mobile air conditioning applications.
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Safety Standards for Motor Vehicle Refrigerant Vapor Compressions Systems

2011-02-04
HISTORICAL
J639_201102
This SAE Standard applies to refrigerant vapor compression systems that provide cooling and/or heating for passenger cars, light trucks and commercial vehicles (on and off road) that use automotive type mobile air conditioning (MAC) systems. Large trucks, buses and other vehicles that do not use typical automotive a/c systems or use refrigerants not listed in this document are not covered by this standard. This standard covers any vehicle with a MAC system using a belt or electric motor driven compressor. This document provides standards for design, assembly, test and service of MAC systems to minimize environmental, health and safety impacts. Also included are cautionary statements for the service industry to alert technicians to the inadvisability and possible health or safety effects associated with venting refrigerant during service. It is not intended to restrict the use, or further development, of other types of refrigeration systems for mobile air conditioning applications.
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Safety Standards for Motor Vehicle Refrigerant Vapor Compressions Systems

2005-06-20
HISTORICAL
J639_200506
This SAE Recommended Practice is restricted to mechanical vapor compression refrigerant systems that provide cooling for the occupant's compartment. This document provides guidelines for refrigerant containment and safety for a mobile air-conditioning (A/C) system. It is not intended to restrict the use of, or further development of, other types of refrigeration systems for passenger compartment cooling. Should other systems be found practical at some future time, this document may be amended or an additional recommended safety practice drawn up for other types of systems. This document only addresses CFC-12 (R-12) and HFC-134a (R-134a) refrigerants. To prevent mobile A/C system refrigerant contamination, all other alternate refrigerants considered for automotive use require unique service fittings.
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Retest of Refrigerant Container

1998-11-09
HISTORICAL
J2296_199811
To provide a procedure to inspect a refrigerant cylinder used in equipment servicing mobile air-conditioning (A/C) systems. This includes the pressure cylinder used for refrigerant recovery/ recycling and charging equipment.
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Retest of Refrigerant Container

1996-09-01
HISTORICAL
J2296_199609
To provide a procedure to inspect a refrigerant cylinder used in equipment servicing mobile air-conditioning systems. This includes the pressure cylinder used for refrigerant recovery/ recycling and charging equipment.
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Recovery and Recycle Equipment for Mobile Automotive Air-Conditioning Systems

1989-10-01
HISTORICAL
J1990_198910
The purpose of this SAE Standard is to provide equipment specifications for CFC-12 (R-12) recycling equipment. This information applies to equipment used to service automobiles, light trucks, and other vehicles with similar CFC-12 (R-12) air-conditioning (A/C) systems. Systems used on mobile vehicles for refrigerating cargo that have hermetically sealed systems are not covered in this document. The equipment in this document is intended for use with refrigerant that has been directly removed from, and intended to be returned to, a mobile A/C system. Should other revisions due to operational or technical requirements occur, this document may be amended.
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