Unless you are epa certified you shouldn't add any r22 to your air conditioner. And if you are, you should probably already know...
It depends on what type of unit it is. Is it a central split unit or a window unit?
60 psi for r-22. 125 for a 410a
for R-22 it's aroung 3 lbs/ton
For automobiles there are many but the two major ones are R-12 and R134a.. For the home there are various types of air conditioners like window air conditioner, split air conditioner, packaged air conditioner and central air conditioning system..... Most home systems use R-22 refrigerant but R-410a is also an increasingly used refrigerant known as PURON...................
GOODMAN CAPF4860C6BA is a 4 ton up flow r-22 or r410a A-coil.
The owner's manual lists Blower as #9 in the Exterior Fuse Box, and lists HAC as #22 and #36 as HAC.
There should be a name plate on the unit somewhere, which will provide how many pounds need to be in the unit.
22 + 19 + 6 + 14 = 61
its water. you wouldn't see "freon" r-22 dripping from it. it would boil off before youd ever be able to see it.
47 - 22 = 25