Hydrogen/refrigerant leak detector

nuvoTrace releases Trace300 Bench Top Hydrogen/Refrigerant Leak Detector, Locator.

12/22/2010


nuvoTrace has released the Trace300 Bench Top Hydrogen/Refrigerant Leak Detector and Locator. The product is a hydrogen/refrigerant detector to safely and quickly test medical devices, automotive components, HVAC/RAC, and many other products for leak tightness. This new tester is designed to use a safe, nontoxic tracer gas mix of 5% hydrogen with 95% nitrogen (or any gas mixture with hydrogen) to determine leak tightness all types of items. It may also be used with applications such as those in the power industry where 100% hydrogen is present. The Trace300 also offers the ability to detect refrigerants such as R22, R134a, and R410a.



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