Thursday, August 21st, 2014

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R134a Kit

R134a Kit

This kit contains all that you need to top up aR134a system. One can of top up and dye, one charging hose, one thermometer and full instructions. Unlike others products which use a hydrofluorocarbon gas, our natural hydrocarbon gas will “pick up” the existing oil in the system thus removing the need to retrofit parts and change the lubrication oil. When purchased in a kit form it will... [Read more]


R12 Kit

R12 Kit

R12 Kit -1 can of top up, 1 charging hose, 1 thermometer & instructions. This kit contains all that you need to top up an R12 system. One can of top up and dye, one charging hose, one thermometer, one R12 adapter and full instructions. Suitable eye protection must be worn and we recommend our safety goggles. Our R12 top up kit is suitable for pre 1994 cars, unlike others products which use a... [Read more]


Thermometer

Thermometer

thermometer Ranging from 0 to 220 degrees Fahrenheit. Simply by placing this thermometer into the air vent an accurate temperature reading is obtained. Ideally a system should pump out air at approx 50 degrees when stationary and 40 degrees when moving. [Translate]  Read More →


Air con top up gas refill can

Air con top up gas refill can

air con top up can This product contains the equivalent of 510g of R12 or 468g of R134a. It can be used to top up either system and is of course non ozone depleting and safe for the environment. It must be used using our charging hose (via the low side charging port) and can be used after applying our leak stopper product or on its own if no leaks are present. It contains dye and so can aid in the... [Read more]


Air con leak stopper refil can

Air con leak stopper refil can

A can of leak stopper Finally a way to minimise the costly repairs to automotive air con systems. Each and every year it is common to replace the lost refrigerant that leaks out over the winter months. Many leaks in the automotive air conditioner occur within the o-rings and seal areas. As o-rings and seals age, the materials begin to crack and shrink. Deterioration is the natural tendency of rubber... [Read more]