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Generic Substitute Names Used in SNAP Listings

Until February, 1996, EPA used generic names instead of trade names in SNAP lists. The naming scheme depended on the sector. In refrigerants, for instance, we used numbers assigned by the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), when available. Otherwise, names were assigned in order of submission. Since February, 1996, EPA has used trade names in SNAP lists.

Notes:

Refrigerant Substitutes
Generic Name Trade Name Manufacturer
Hydrocarbon Blend A OZ-12® OZ Technology, Inc.
Hydrocarbon Blend B HC-12® OZ Technology, Inc.
HCFC/HFC/Fluoroalkane Blend A G2015 China Sun
HCFC Blend Beta FRIGC FR-12 CFC Refimax, LLC
HCFC Blend Gamma (now R-409A) FX-56 Elf Atochem
HCFC Blend Delta Free Zone/RB-276 Air Refrigerants, LLC/Hi Tech Refrigerants
HCFC Blend Epsilon (now R-408A) FX-10 Elf Atochem

 

Fire Suppressant Substitutes
Generic Name Trade Name Manufacturer
HCFC Blend A NAF S-III North American Fire Guardian
HCFC Blend B Halotron I American Pacific Corp.
HCFC Blend C NAF P-III NAFS
HCFC Blend D Blitz III NAFS
Powdered Aerosol A SFE Powdered Aerosol Allied Defense Industries
Gelled Halocarbon/
Dry Chemical Suspension
PGA Powdered Aerosol Powsus, Inc.
Surfactant Blend A ColdFire Firefreeze Woldwide, Inc.
FlameOut Summit Environmental Corp.
IG-541 Inergen Ansul Fire Protection
IG-55 Argonite Ginge-Kerr Danmark A/S
IG-01 Minimax Argon Minimax GmbH
Powdered Aerosol C Pyrogen AES International Pty. Ltd.
Dynameco International Management Services Corp.

 

Sterilant Substitutes
Generic Name Trade Name Manufacturer
HCFC Blend A Penngas 2 Pennsylvania Engineering
124/EtO Oxyfume AlliedSignal (now Honeywell)

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