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LotFancy Freon Leak Detector for Halogen Gas Leakage, Refrigeran

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Product Description

Description:

LotFancy Freon Leak Detector detects all kinds of halogen refrigerants including but not limited to:

  • CFCs e.g. R11, R12, R13, R113, R114, R500, R502, R503 etc.
  • HCFCs e.g. R22, R123, R124, R401A, R401B, R402A, R403B, R408A, R409A, R414B, R416A etc.
  • HFCs e.g. R23, R134a, R404A, R407C, R410A, R417A, R422A, R422B, R422D, R507, R508B etc.
  • Blends such as AZ-50. HP62. MP39 etc.
  • A2Ls

Wide Application:

  1. Detects Ethylene Oxide gas leaks in hospital sterilizing equipment.
  2. Detects SF-6 in high voltage circuit breakers.
  3. Detects halogen gas and most gases which contain chlorine, fluorine, and bromine.
  4. Detects cleaning agents used in dry cleaning applications.

Specification:

  • Working temperature: 0 °C ~ 52 °C.
  • Maximum sensitivity: 6gr/yr(halogen refrigerants).
  • Battery life: about 50 hours under normal use.
  • Response time: instantaneous
  • Operating mode: continuous, unlimited
  • Fixed probe length: 20cm (7.87 inches)
  • Dimension: 22.9 cm x 6.5 cm x 6.5 cm (9.01 x 2.56 x 2.56 inches).
  • Preheating time: about 6 seconds.
  • Reset the time: 2-10 seconds.
  • Electricity source: 6v DC, 4 x AAA batteries.

Package includes:

  • 1 x Instruction manual
  • 1 x Pouch
  • 1 x Halogen leak detector with a probe

Notes:

Halogen Leak Detector"noscript"Halogen Leak Detector
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    "li"Wait for 6 seconds away from the potential leakage area once the leak detector is switched on for more accurate detection or it may not give the right alarm when you try to detect. "li"Batteries NOT included. Make sure to put 4 AAA batteries in it. "li"When detecting, the probe should be moved around the location at a rate no more than 1-2in/second and no more than 1/4in from the surface. Slower and closer movement of the detector will greatly improve the likelihood of finding a leak. "li" The sensor tip should not be contaminated. False positives are bound to happen as dust, air, and other contaminants can set it off. "li"In a windy area, even a large leak is difficult to be found. Under this condition, it is better to shield the potential leak area. "li"The siren is structured so that only constant flow will set the tone off to determine a leak. This means that while the alarm may sound, it will only reach the high-pitch siren when the system has detected a consistent flow of Freon. Jut be warned, that this siren can get pretty loud.

LotFancy Freon Leak Detector for Halogen Gas Leakage, Refrigeran

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