Originally Posted by MadMax
No more. LetraJet is discontinued.
I note that my bottle of ET1600 exerts more pressure than R22 does at 3 temperatures. It's also similarly flammable to propane so I suspect it could be a blend of propane and ethane. I can't say for sure as I haven't done any spectroscopy or density measuring.
i think the ET1600 is the one i had before. after researching online a little it seems to be the identical ones. im just curious as to where you find that gas in vancouver.
-searched online and still cant find anyplace in vancouver or richmond that sells r22 gas XD wanna help me out? i really appreciate it!
-im in need of diff gas in a hurry cuz i ran out and i need to conduct an experiment with my guns. i need to write a paper on that for college.