An Introduction to Implementation of HFO-1234yf
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                                 Transportation / ÔËÊä

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  1. 1. An Introduction to Implementation of HFO-1234yf in Manufacturing Facilities ¹ØÓÚHFO-1234yfÔÚÉú²úÖÆÔ쳡ËùµÄʵʩ·½·¨½éÉÜ Chris Seeton, Ph.D. Honeywell Refrigerants International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  2. 2. Honeywell.com Getting Started with HFO-1234yf / ¿ªÊ¼Ó¦ÓÃHFO-1234yf • EU MAC Directive / Å·Ã˹ØÓÚÆû³µ¿Õµ÷µÄ¹æ¶¨ – New platform registrations must use a LGWP refrigerant beginning January 2011 / 2011Äê1ÔºóгµÐͱØÐëʹÓõÍGWPµÄÖÆÀä¼Á • US GHG Regulation EPA-420-F-09-047a published 1-Apr-10 ÃÀ¹ ú 2010Äê4ÔÂ1ÈÕ·¢²¼µÄ¹ØÓÚÎÂÊÒÆøÌåµÄ¹æ¶¨£ºEPA-420-F-09-047a – OEM tailpipe CO2 and CAFE mpg credits available for adopting advanced technologies including LGWP refrigerants ²ÉÓ Ã ÏȽø¼¼Êõ£¬°üÀ¨Ê¹ÓÃLGWPÖÆÀä¼Á£¬½«¿ÉÒÔ»»È¡Î²ÆøCO2ÅÅ·ÅÁ¿ÒÔ¼°Æ½¾ù ȼÓÍЧÂÊCAFEÖ¸±ê It’s time to focus on HFO-1234yf production launch including: equipment, facilities, and logistics ÊǸùØ×¢HFO-1234yfͶ²ú£¨°üÀ¨É豸ºÍÎïÁ÷£©µÄʱºòÁË 2 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  3. 3. Honeywell.com Organizations / ×éÖ¯»ú¹¹ • Government chemical registration / regulations / Õþ¸®»¯Ñ§Æ·¹ÜÀí»ú¹¹ – Europe / Å·ÖÞ • REACH / Å·ÃË¡¶»¯Ñ§Æ·×¢²á¡¢ÆÀ¹À¡¢ÊÚȨºÍÏÞÖÆÖƶȡ· • ATEX / Å·Ã˹ØÓÚÇ±Ô Ú ±¬Õ¨»·¾³ÓõÄÉ豸¼°±£»¤ÏµÍ³µÄ·¨¹æ • Country and local regulations / µØ·½·¨¹æ – US / ÃÀ¹ú • Environmental Protection Agency / »·±£²¿: SNAP, PMN • Department of Transportation (DOT) / ÔËÊ䲿 • Individual States / ¸÷Öݵط½·¨¹æ • National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) / ÃÀ¹úÏû·ÀÐ-»á • UL • Building Codes / ½¨Öþ·¨¹æ • OSHA / Ö°Òµ°²È«ÓëÎÀÉú¹ÜÀí¾Ö – SAE / Æû³µ¹¤³Ìѧ»á – ASHRAE / ²Éů¡¢ÖÆÀäºÍ¿Õµ÷¹¤³ÌʦÐ-»á – ISO / ¹ú¼Ê±ê×¼»¯×éÖ¯ 3 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  4. 4. Honeywell.com What’s different for HFO-1234yf vs. R-134a? HFO-1234yfºÍR-134aµÄ²»Í¬Ö®´¦ • Transportation / ÔËÊä • Storage / ´¢´æ • Assembly line facilities / ×°ÅäÏßÉ豸 • Service facilities / άÐÞÉ豸 HFO-1234yf is mildly flammable which will influence facility and equipment selection HFO-1234yfÊÇÇá¶È¿ÉȼµÄ£¬Òò´ËӦѡÔñºÏÊʵÄ×°ÖúÍÉ豸 4 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  5. 5. Honeywell.com Transportation / ÔËÊä • HFO-1234yf is classified as a flammable gas in all regions: Europe, Japan, US HFOÔÚÅ·ÖÞ¡¢ÈÕ±¾¡¢ÃÀ¹ú¶¼ÊôÓÚ¿ÉȼÐÔÆøÌå • All containers will have flammability classification identification ËùÓÐÈÝÆ÷Ó¦ÓпÉȼÐÔ·ÖÀà±ê¼Ç – Placards / ¿ÉȼÐÔ±êÅÆ – Cylinder Color Band / ¸ÖÆ¿ÑÕÉ« Flammable gases are currently distributed in all regions ÊÀ½ç¸÷µØ¶¼´æÔÚ¿ÉȼÐÔÆøÌåµÄ¹ã·º·Ö·¢ 5 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  6. 6. Honeywell.com Refrigerants Classification Overview / ÖÆÀä¼Á·ÖÀà×ÝÀÀ Refrigerant Flammable Gas Classification Classification ÆøÌå¿ÉȼÐÔ·ÖÀà Gas / ÆøÌå EU / Å·ÃË Japan / ÈÕ±¾ US / ÃÀ¹ú ASHRAE 34 ISO 817* Safety Group Propane / ±ûÍé Flammable Flammable Flammable A3 A3 HFC-152a Flammable Flammable Flammable A2 Safety Group A2 Safety Group Ammonia / °± Flammable Flammable Nonflammable B2 B2L Safety Group HFC-32 Flammable Nonflammable Flammable A2 A2L Safety Group 1234yf Flammable Flammable Flammable A2* A2L* *Based on measured properties / »ùÓÚ²âÊÔÐÔÖÊ 6 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  7. 7. Honeywell.com Storage / ´¢´æ • Refrigerant delivery area / ÖÆÀä¼Á·¢ËÍÇøÓò • Storage site location criteria / ´¢´æµØµãÑ¡Ôñ¿¼ÂÇÒòËØ – Quantity / ´¢´æÁ¿ – Distance from buildings / À뽨ÖþÎïµÄ¾àÀë – Ventilation / ͨ·ç • Storage tank considerations / ´¢¹Þ¿¼ÂÇÒòËØ – Permanent bulk tank / ÓÀ¾ÃÐÔ´¢¹Þ – ISO Container / ²Û³µ – Cylinders / ¸ÖÆ¿ 7 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  8. 8. Honeywell.com Outdoor Storage / ÊÒÍâ´¢´æ • Rigid piping, grounded / ½ÓµØÓ²¹Ü • Adequately supported and free of corrosion ×㹻ǿµÄÖ§³Å£¬±ÜÃⸯʴ To charging station ´¢¹Þ ±Ã·¿ È¥Íù³ä×°Ïß Storage Tank Pump cabinet • Pump motors rated appropriately / µç»úÊʵ± Grounding cable / ½ÓµØÏß • Non-sparking motors / Î޻𻨵ç»ú •Tank location : distance from building and pedestrian paths. / ´¢¹ÞλÖãºÔ¶À뽨ÖþºÍÈËÐеÀ •Adequate grounding / ³ä·Ö½ÓµØ •Tank on firm foundation fireproof concrete support / µØ»ù¼áʵ£¬·À»ð»ìÄýÍÁÖ§³Å •No smoking designated area, and no source of open flame / ½ûÖ¹ÎüṈ̃êÖ¾£¬ÑÏ·ÀÃ÷»ð •Tank equipped with excess flow valve. / ´¢¹Þ°²×°ÓйýÁ÷±£»¤·§ 8 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  9. 9. Honeywell.com US Codes HFO-1234yf Storage & Handling ÃÀ¹ú¹ØÓÚHFO-1234yfµÄ´¢´æºÍʹÓÃÏà¹Ø¹æ¶¨ HFO-1234yf is Class I, Group D and Group IIA /HFO-1234yfÊÇÊôÓÚClass I£¬Group DºÍIIA What Guidance is Available? ÓÐÄÄЩ¿ÉÓõÄÖ¸ÄÏ£¿ NFPA 497- Recommended Practice for the Classification of Flammable Liquids, Gases, or Vapors and of Hazardous (Classified) Locations for Electrical Installations in Chemical Process Areas 2008 Edition ¹ØÓÚ¿ÉȼҺÌå¡¢ÆøÌå»òÕôÆøµÄ·ÖÀ࣬ÒÔ¼°»¯Ñ§Æ·´¦Àí³¡ËùµçÆø°²×°Î£ÏÕ·Ö¼¶µÄÍƼöʵʩ·½°¸ • HFO-1234yf is classified as Group D or Group IIA: the autoignition temperature of 405 C is consistent with use of a T2 temperature class per the National Electric Code (NFPA-70). HFO-1234yf¶¨¼¶ÎªGroup D»òIIA£º×ÔȼζÈ405C£¬¸ù¾ÝÃÀ¹úµçÆø¹æ¶¨(NFPA-70)£¬ÓëT2ζÈÀàÒ»Ö • Minimum Ignition Current and MIC ratio (>>1) measurements have confirmed classification. ×îСÒýȼµçÁ÷ºÍ×îСÒýȼ±È²âÁ¿½á¹ûÈ·Ö¤Á˸÷ּ¶¡£ • NFPA 55 - Standard For The Storage, Use, And Handling Of Compressed Gases And Cryogenic Fluids In Portable And Stationary Containers, Cylinders, And Tanks ¹ØÓÚ Òƶ¯ ¼° ¹Ì¶¨Ê½ ÈÝÆ÷ ¡¢ ¸ÖÆ¿ ¡¢ ´¢¹Þ ÄÚ Ñ¹Ëõ ÆøÌå »ò µÍΠÁ÷Ìå µÄ ´¢´æ ¡¢ ʹÓà ¼° ²Ù×÷ ±ê×¼ • NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code® ÃÀ¹ú¹ú¼ÒµçÆø·¨¹æ NFPA 497 can be requested to add classification drawings for mildly flammable gases ¿ÉÒÔÉêÇëÏòNFPA497Ìí¼ÓÇá¶È¿ÉȼÆøÌåµÄ·ÖÀà±êÖ¾ 9 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  10. 10. Honeywell.com Product Storage and Handling ²úÆ·´¢´æÓëʹÓà NFPA 55 Standard for the Storage, Use, and Handling of Compressed and Liquefied Gases in Portable and Stationary Containers, Cylinders, and Tanks NFPA55 ÊǹØÓÚÒƶ¯¼°¹Ì¶¨Ê½ ÈÝÆ÷¡¢ ¸ÖÆ¿¡¢ ´¢¹Þ ÄÚѹËõ¼°Òº»¯ÆøÌåµÄ´¢´æ ¡¢ ʹÓü°²Ù×÷µÄ±ê×¼ • Ventilation of 1 cfm/sq.ft. of floor area ÿƽ·½Ã×µØÃæͨ·çÁ¿18.3 m3/h • Quantity Limits, outdoor storage separation distances from exposures (e.g., street) and minimum distance between storage areas (quantity dependent) ÓÃÁ¿ÏÞÖÆ£¬ÊÒÍâ´¢´æÇøÓòÓë½Ó´¥ÇøÓò(±ÈÈç½ÖµÀ)µÄ¸ôÀë¾àÀ룬´¢´æÇøÓòÖ®¼äµÄ×îС¾àÀë(ÓëÁ¿ÓйØ) • Explosion venting or prevention required if quantity limits exceeded • Storage Temperature of 125F ´¢´æζȲ»¸ßÓÚ52C • Portable Cylinder Permitted Physical Orientations Òƶ¯Ê½¸ÖÆ¿ÔÊÐíµÄ¶¨Ïò • Buildings (e.g., control areas) must comply with NFPA 5000 (Building Construction and Safety Code) ½¨Öþ Îï·ûºÏNFPA5000 ºÍ°²È« ¹æ¶¨ £© ±ê׼¥Óî ½¨Öþ • Areas for storage or use where in excess of quantity limits must comply with NFPA 70 (Electrical Code) ³¬¹ýÓÃÁ¿ÏÞÖƵĴ¢´æ»òʹÓÃÇøÓò±ØÐë·ûºÏNFPA70µçÆø±ê×¼ • Cylinder and Tank Construction requirements (DOT, ASME Pressure Vessel Code Section VIII) ¸ÖÆ¿ºÍ´¢¹ÞÖÆÔìÒªÇó£¨DOT£¬ASMEѹÁ¦ÈÝÆ÷±ê×¼µÚVIII½Ú£© 10 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  11. 11. Honeywell.com Assembly Line Facilities / ×°ÅäÏßÉ豸 • Refrigerant Transfer Lines ÖÆÀä¼ÁתÒÆ – Piping ¹ÜÏß – Seals ÃÜ·â – Sensors ´«¸ÐÆ÷ • Assembly line facility considerations ³ä×°ÏßÉèÊ© – Building code ½¨ÖþÎïµÈ¼¶ – Location of charging equipment ³ä×°É豸µØµã – Ventilation ͨ·ç • Charging Equipment Selection / ³ä×°É豸ѡÔñ – Unique from R-134a / Çø±ðÓÚR-134a – Non-sparking / Î޻𻨠• Recovery / Rework Areas »ØÊÕÇøÓò 11 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  12. 12. Honeywell.com Charging Station / ³ä×°Õ¾ Suspended unit Charging Station Cabinet Feed Line Pneumatic Control Emergency Shut-off valve Flammable concentrations may occur Flammable concentrations are unlikely to occasionally in normal operation, unless occur in normal operation. new charging equipment is utilized. Õý³£²Ù×÷ÖУ¬²» ¿ÉÄܳöÏÖ±¬Õ¨Å¨¶È ³ý·Ç ʹÓà Р³ä×¢ É豸 £¬ Õý³£ ²Ù×÷ ÖÐ £¬ ÓпÉÄÜ ³öÏÖ ±¬Õ¨ Ũ¶È Action: ´ëÊ©£º Action: ´ëÊ©£º ¸ÃÇøÓòÊÇ·ñСµ½¿ÉÒÔºöÂÔ(CFDÄ£Äâ) •Eliminate Zone through ventilation ͨ¹ýͨ·çÏû³ý¸ÃÇøÓò •Is Zone small enough to be ignored (CFD) •If not possible, avoid ignition sources Èç¹û²»¿ÉÄÜ£¬±ÜÃâ»ðÔ´ •Eliminate Zone through ventilation ͨ¹ý ͨ·ç Ïû³ý ¸Ã ÇøÓò and use electrically rated equipment ²¢Ê¹Óð²È«·À±¬Ð͵çÆøÉ豸 •If not possible, avoid ignition sources Èç¹û ²»¿ÉÄÜ £¬ ±ÜÃâ »ðÔ´ 12 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  13. 13. Honeywell.com Service Facilities / άÐÞÉ豸 • Building considerations ½¨Öþ Îï ¿¼ÂÇ – Storage ´¢´æ – Ventilation ͨ·ç • Charge Stands ³ä×° ̨ • Leak Detection ¼ì© • Recovery Equipment »ØÊÕ É豸 • Test Stands for Component Development ×é·Ö²âÊǪ̂ 13 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  14. 14. Honeywell.com Schematic of charging machine / ³ä×¢»úʾÒâͼ De-gasing noncondensables ²»ÄýÐÔÆøÌåÍÑÆø Vacuum Pump Õæ¿Õ±Ã »ØÊÕ Recovering 1234yf feed vacuuming ³éÕæ¿Õ Charging ½øÁÏ ³ä×¢ ³ä×¢¿Ú Charging Nozzle • Several Pneumatic valves used ʹÓà µ½ ¼¸¸ö Æø¶¯ ·§ • Control valve actuators are 5V based ¿ØÖÆÖ´ÐÐÆ÷ʹÓÃ5Vµçѹ • Not all systems have a refrigerant recovering at nozzle.²¢·ÇËùÓÐϵͳ • Process: vacuuming followed by charging followed by ¶¼ÓлØÊÕµã recovering (if included) Á÷³Ì º £ ³éÕæ¿Õ£¬³å×¢£¬»ØÊÕ • Both vacuuming and Recovering can be a source of air Nitrogen ´¢ÒºÆ÷ leakage into the system. ³éÕæ¿ÕºÍ»ØÊÕ¹ý³Ì¶¼¿ÉÄÜÈÿÕÆø½øÈëϵͳÖÐ (to pressurize container) Accumulator / Reservoir If the Charging machine is incorporated into a sealed or Èç¹û³ä×¢»ú°²×°ÔÚÃÜ·â·¿¼äÄÚ£¬Ð¹Â¶¼ì²âÆ÷´¥·¢µÄ inerted cabinet, a ventilation system activated by a leak ͨ·çϵͳ¿ÉÒÔ±ÜÃâ·¿¼äÄÚÖÆÀä¼ÁŨ¶È´ïµ½¿Éȼ¼«ÏÞ detector (<25% of LFL) can avoid flammable concentrations. 14 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  15. 15. Honeywell.com Test Stands for Component Development ×é·Ö²âÊǪ̂ Exhaust Vent ÅÅ·ç • Option 1: Use electrically classified Zone 2 equipment P • Option 2: Utilize inert gas purge Burst – Only if Option 1 is not practical, Disc Massflow not available, or cost prohibitive. Density – Inert with Nitrogen (preferred), Visc2 Argon, or CO2 Evacuated Cylinder – Take care to run ventilation Visc1 ³éÕæ¿Õ¸ÖÆ¿ TC lines to avoid oxygen deficient 1 atmospheres for affected personnel ·½°¸1£ºÊ¹ÓÃ2¼¶·À±¬É豸 N2 ·½°¸2£ºÊ¹ÓöèÐÔÆøÌ崵ɨ 158 C Purge ´µÉ¨ - ÔÚ ½°¸Ò» Ìõ¼þ Ö» · ²»¿ÉÐÐÏ Environmental chamber -ʹÓõªÆø£¨Ê×Ñ¡£©ë²Æø»òCO2×÷Î -×¢ÒâʹÓÃͨ·ç¹ÜÏßÒÔ±ÜÃâÏà¹ØÈË 15 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  16. 16. Honeywell.com UL Standards / UL±ê×¼ UL 1963 (Recycling and Recovery Equipment Ñ-» · º Í »ØÊÕÉ豸) – SAE ICCC working with UL on requirements for 1234yf recycling and recovery equipment. / SAE ICCCÕýÓëULÒ»ÆðÆð²Ý1234yfÑ-»·ºÍ»ØÊÕÉ豸µÄÒ – Next steps to work with UL to include 1234yf. Issues: cost and time delay. / ÏÂÒ»²½ºÍULÒ»Æð½«1234yf°üÀ¨µ½¸ü¶à±ê×¼ÖС£ÎÊÌâ £º·ÑÓúÍʱ¼äÑÓÆÚ – There are a number of charts listing parameters for different refrigerants which do not yet include 1234yf. Particular areas of updating are materials of construction compatibility, flexible hose materials, high and low-side design pressures, and any extra recycling cleanliness parameters needed. / ºÜ¶à¹ØÓÚ²»Í¬ÖÆÀä¼ÁµÄ²ÎÊýÁбíÄ¿Ç°»¹²»°üÀ¨1234yf.Ó ÐèÒª¼°Ê±¸üеİüÀ¨¼æÈÝÐԽṹ²ÄÁÏ£¬Èí¹Ü²ÄÁÏ£¬¸ßµÍ¶ËÉè¼ÆѹÁ¦£¬»ØÊÕÇå½à²ÎÊý UL-1604 and 1203 are generic electrical equipment design standards for classified areas and do not need any specific updates. UL-1604ºÍ1203ÊÇÌØÊâÇøÓòͨÓõçÆøÉ豸Éè¼Æ±ê×¼£¬²»ÐèÒªÌرð¸üÐÂ. UL 913 also reference requirements for intrinsically safe apparatus UL-913Ò²Ìṩ±¾°²ÐÍÒÇÆ÷µÄÉè¼ÆÒªÇó. 16 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  17. 17. Honeywell.com SAE Standards Development / SAE±ê×¼Öƶ¨ • SAE J-Standards related to Equipment / ÓëÉ豸Ïà¹ØµÄSAE-J±ê×¼ J2843 HFO-1234yf Refrigerant Recovery- Recycle - Charging Equipment for MAC Systems MACϵͳÖÐHFO-1234yfÖÆÀä¼Á»ØÊÕ-Ñ-»·-³ä×°É豸 J2844 HFO-1234yf Refrigerant Purity & Container Requirements for MAC Systems MACϵͳÖÐHFO-1234yf ÖÆÀä¼ÁµÄ´¿¶ÈºÍÈÝÆ÷É豸ҪÇó J2845 Technician Certification for Servicing and Refrigerant Containment of A/C Systems A/CϵͳάÐ޺ͷÀÖ¹ÖÆÀä¼Áй¶¼¼ÊõÈÏÖ¤ J2851 HFO-1234yf Refrigerant Recovery Only Equipment for MAC Systems MACϵͳÖÐHFO-1234yfרÓûØÊÕÉ豸 J2888 HFO-1234yf Service Hose, Fittings and Couplers for Mobile Refrigerant Systems Service Equipment ÓÃÓÚÒƶ¯ÖÆÀäϵͳά»µÄHFO-1234yfÈí¹Ü¡½ÓÍ·¡Á½ÓÆ÷µÈÉ豸 ¤ ¢ ¢¬ J2913 R-1234yf Refrigerant Electronic Leak Detectors, Minimum Performance Criteria R-1234yfµç×Ó¼ì©ÒÇ£×îµÍÐÔÄÜÒªÇó ¬ 17 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  18. 18. Honeywell.com For Additional Information / ¸ü¶àÐÅÏ¢ NFPA 497 and NFPA 55 are most applicable for HFO-1234yf NFPA497ºÍNFPA55ÊÊÓÃÓÚHFO-12 34yf For additional information, download the HFO-1234yf Use and Handling Guidelines www.1234facts.com 18 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China
  19. 19. Honeywell.com www.honeywell.com DISCLAIMER Although all statements and information contained herein are believed to be accurate and reliable, they are presented without guarantee or warranty of any kind, expressed or implied. Information provided herein does not relieve the user from the responsibility of carrying out its own tests and experiments, and the user assumes all risks and liability for use of the information and results obtained. Statements or suggestions concerning the use of materials and processes are made without representation or warranty that any such use is free of patent infringement and are not recommendations to infringe on any patents. The user should not assume that all toxicity data and safety measures are indicated herein or that other measures may not be required. 19 International Workshop on Next-Generation Technologies for Mobile Vehicle Air Conditioning June 2010, Nanjing, China

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