R-410a, 410a, COMPUTER COOLING A/C Recharge Kit, R410A, 25.7 oz w/LEAK SEALER

R-410a, 410a, COMPUTER COOLING A/C Recharge Kit, R410A, 25.7 oz w/LEAK SEALER

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R-410a, 410a, COMPUTER COOLING A/C Recharge Kit, R410A, 25.7 oz w/LEAK SEALER

This kit is for Recharging Refrigerant R-410a Air Conditioning Systems.

The second picture shows you what the new can looks like as it INCLUDES LEAK SEALER.

Refrigerant R410a is used on almost all "NEW" A/C Units and almost all of the "mini-split"  A/C systems.

As R22 is being phased out, R410a is now the refrigerant found on all "NEW" A/C Systems.

This recharge kit includes;

(1) 25.7 oz. Can of R410a with Leak Sealer

(1) Reusable , Quick Connect (screw-on), Top Mount Can Taper with On/Off Valve. 

(1)  SPECIAL, R410a, "CHECK & CHARGE-IT"  Gauge.

Gauge also shows the correct system pressure.

(1) Charging Hose as pictured with a 1/4" Swivel connector and both ends of the hose has valve core depressors on them.

(1) R22 (1/4" MALE FLARE)  to R410 (5/16") Brass "screw-on" adapter made by "CPS PRODUCTS" part number AD87.

ALL ITEMS NEEDED TO RECHARGE A R410A SYSTEM!!

Normal R410a low-side system pressure while unit is running is; 120 to 150 psi. depending on the outdoor and indoor temperature.

Some R410a systems still use the 1/4" male flare so in this case the charging hose with this kit will connect directly onto it.

Also included is a 5/16" (R410a) x 1/4" Adapter, CPS Part# AD87.

You will need this because the new size found on almost all mini-splits and some R410a A/C systems is now larger (5/16") to prevent mixing,  so now you will have everything you need to recharge a R410a system. 

 

****FOR USE BY QUALIFIED Refrigeration and Air Conditioning TECHNICIANS.

USE ONLY IN AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS DESIGNED FOR R410A.

DO NOT MIX WITH ANY OTHER REFRIGERANT.

THIS IS DIRECTLY FROM THE US-EPA WEB SITE;

"Does the EPA REFRIGERANT sales restriction apply to HFC refrigerants?

The refrigerant sales restriction only applies to refrigerants consisting of an ozone-depleting substance.

Therefore, HFC refrigerants such as R-134a, and HFC refrigerant blends that do not contain an ozone-depleting substance, such as R-404A and R-410A, are not currently covered under the EPA Refrigerant sales restriction.