Robinair Announces Product Compliance for IR Leak Detector
Originally published: 10.30.12 by HVACR Business Staff
Robinair has announced that its Infrared (IR) Refrigerant Leak Detector (P/N 22791), which formerly met SAE J2791 standard, is now certified to comply with the new SAE industry standard for use with R1234YF refrigerant.
The Robinair 22791 is an innovative, hand-held tool designed to uncover hard-to-find refrigerant leaks in A/C systems, making an automotive technicians’ job easier, faster and more efficient, the company says.
“This new certification demonstrates Robinair’s ongoing commitment to product compliance, quality assurance, and performance standards our customers depend on,” said Tim Wagaman, Robinair Product Manager, A/C Tools & Equipment.
With its compact design, the 22791 Leak Detector fits naturally in hand and its ruggedized construction stands up to abuse most other leak detectors can’t handle. It automatically recalibrates in highly contaminated areas to help pinpoint the exact location of a leak and it won’t trigger on oil or moisture. Eight-hour battery life lets you work all day before recharging and the advanced infrared sensor is designed to last a minimum of 10 years.
The Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) is a standards development organization for the worldwide vehicle mobility industry.
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