5.3 : Heating, Cooling, and Ventilation Equipment




5.3.14 Halocarbon Environmental Coefficients and Principal Uses
100-Year Global Ozone Depletion
Warming Potential Potential (ODP)
Compound (CO2 = 1) (Relative to CFC-11) Principal Uses
Chlorofluorocarbons
CFC-11 4,600 1.00 Blowing Agent, Chillers
CFC-12 (1) 10,600 1.00 Auto A/C, Chillers, & Blowing Agent
CFC-113 6,000 0.80 Solvent
CFC-114 9,800 1.00 Solvent
CFC-115 (2) 7,200 0.60 Solvent, Refrigerant
Hydrochlorofluorocarbons
HCFC-22 (2) 1,700 0.06 Residential A/C
HCFC-123 120 0.02 Refrigerant
HCFC-124 620 0.02 Sterilant
HCFC-141b 700 0.11 CFC Replacement
HCFC-142b 2,400 0.07 CFC Replacement
Bromofluorocarbons
Halon-1211 1,300 3.00 Fire Extinguishers
Halon-1301 6,900 10.00 Fire Extinguishers
Hydrofluorocarbons
HFC-23 12,000 0.00 HCFC Byproduct
HFC-125 3,400 0.00 CFC/HCFC Replacement
HFC-134a 1,300 0.00 Auto A/C, Refrigeration
HFC-152a (1) 140 0.00 Aerosol Propellant
HFC-227ea 2,900 0.00 CFC Replacement
Note(s): 1) R-500: 74% CFC-12 and 26% HFC-152a. 2) R-502: 49% HCFC-22 and 51% CFC-115.









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Sources:

Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change, Climate Change 2001: The Scientific Basis, Jan. 2001, Table 3, p. 47 for global warming potentials and uses

EPA for halon ODPs

AFEAS Internet Homepage, Atmospheric Chlorine: CFCs and Alternative Fluorocarbons, Feb. 1997 for remaining ODPs

ASHRAE, 1993 ASHRAE Handbook: Fundamental, p. 16.3 for Notes 1 and 2