Oxynord, Honeywell’s supplier of refrigerant gases, offers a wide range of refrigerants. Pure fluid or mixture of pure fluids used in thermodynamic refrigeration, air conditioning and heat pump installations, Oxynord meets all needs and offers solutions adapted to each use.


Automotive air conditioning is a refrigerant system. This system allows to cool the vehicles and brings comfort to the driver. The gas producer Oxynord provides its customers with the Honeywell Solstice® yf (R-1234yf). This refrigerant, specially designed for automobiles, is more efficient and environmentally friendly.


Concerned with the environment, supermarkets often opt for responsible refrigeration.

Oxynord distributes the most energy-efficient and lowest GWP refrigerants for commercial refrigeration:
Solstice N40 (R-448A), Solstice N13 (R-450A), Genetron Performax LT (R-407F) and R-404A.

Download the safety sheet .


Air conditioning or refrigerated air adapted to public places for optimal ease?
Oxynord offers Honeywell products: R-22 and other solutions that do not reduce the ozone layer. Ideal for schools, offices, hotels, industrial facilities and hospitals.

Download the safety sheet R-22 for information on the handling and storage of this gas.


Oxynord distributes air conditioning solutions for individuals or individual home air conditioning. New residential air conditioning units can only use R-410A, but older R-22 units still exist. Consult the Oxynord experts to know what equipment to adopt to have standard air conditioners. Oxynord recommends Genetron 422D or 407C residential air conditioners manufactured by Honeywell.

Download the R-410A gas safety sheet.


Oxynord distributes Honeywell automotive air conditioning solutions. Gas 134a and Solstice yf Refrigerant, which is more environmentally friendly for automotive air conditioning, enabling car manufacturers around the world to meet the requirements for low global warming refrigeration.

Download the Safety Sheet 134a for all information on the handling and storage of this gas.