Digital refrigerant leak detector

The RLD440 digital dual mode refrigerant leak detector is built for inspecting and maintaining mobile and stationary air conditioners, refrigerators, chillers, and heat pumps.

10/15/2014


General Tools & Instruments' RLD440 digital dual mode refrigerant leak detector is built for inspecting and maintaining mobile and stationary air conditioners, refrigerators, chillers and heat pumps. Courtesy: General Tools & InstrumentsGeneral Tools & Instruments' RLD440 digital dual mode refrigerant leak detector is built to detect HFC, HFO, HC, HCFC and CFC refrigerant gases. It is used for inspecting and maintaining mobile and stationary air conditioners, refrigerators, chillers and heat pumps. The RLD440’s has an ultraviolet (UV) detection to scan system components with UV light from three LEDs mounted on the end of the instrument’s grip. Any dye escaping from the system will glow a bright yellow-green. The solid electrolyte semiconductor sensor can pinpoint the source of a leak and gauge its size. Its three sensitivity levels let users choose the right level for specific environments. The RLD440’s automatic calibration and reset ensure accurate leak readings not distorted by ambient levels.

 

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