Refrigerant Identifier

The Refrigerant Identifier will provide a fast, easy and accurate means to determine refrigerant purity in refrigerant storage cylinders or directly in vehicle air conditioning systems. The instrument utilizes non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) technology to determine the weight concentrations of refrigerant types R134a, R404,R410 ,R407 c etc as well as, hydrocarbons and air.

Refrigerant purity is automatically determined for refrigerants listed above by the instrument to eliminate human error. Pure refrigerant is defined as a refrigerant mixture that contains 98%, by weight, or greater of either Referigerients

The instrument is supplied complete with a sample hose, a adapter fitting to permit sampling of ACME ported cylinders, a 12 VDC power cord and all required plumbing housed within a rugged, portable, storage case.

Sample gas is admitted into the instrument through the supplied sample hose and presented to the sensing device. The instrument provides the user with direct percent by weight concentrations of R12, R134a and hydrocarbons and also fed refrigerant it meant to measure for. If the sample is determined to be pure R134a, the instrument will provide a direct readout of the weight percentage of air within the sample. Note that the instrument does not consider air to be a contaminate since considers the weights of the refrigerant and contaminates in the total mixture for R134a /The instrument interfaces with the user with an LCD graphic display, status indicator lamps, push button communication switches and an alarm horn. Direct percent by weight concentrations of the sample refrigerant is provided on the display as well as user directions and prompts. An optional on-board printer (Model RI-2004DXP) is available to print on-the-spot customer confidence receipts.

The Neutronics Ultima ID Refrigerant Identifier best available in market which measures purity of all refrigerants above listed.The Refrigerant Identifier will provide a fast, easy and accurate means to determine refrigerant purity in refrigerant storage cylinders or directly in vehicle air conditioning systems. The instrument utilizes non-dispersive infrared (NDIR) technology to determine the weight concentrations of refrigerant types R134a, R404,R410 ,R407 c etc as well as, hydrocarbons and air. Refrigerant purity is automatically determined for refrigerants listed above by the instrument to eliminate human error. Pure refrigerant is defined as a refrigerant mixture that contains 98%, by weight, or greater of either Referigerients

The instrument is supplied complete with a sample hose, a adapter fitting to permit sampling of ACME ported cylinders, a 12 VDC power cord and all required plumbing housed within a rugged, portable, storage case.

Sample gas is admitted into the instrument through the supplied sample hose and presented to the sensing device. The instrument provides the user with direct percent by weight concentrations of R12, R134a and hydrocarbons and also fed refrigerant it meant to measure for. If the sample is determined to be pure R134a, the instrument will provide a direct readout of the weight percentage of air within the sample. Note that the instrument does not consider air to be a contaminate since considers the weights of the refrigerant and contaminates in the total mixture for R134a / The instrument interfaces with the user with an LCD graphic display, status indicator lamps, push button communication switches and an alarm horn. Direct percent by weight concentrations of the sample refrigerant is provided on the display as well as user directions and prompts. An optional on-board printer (Model RI-2004DXP) is available to print on-the-spot customer confidence receipts.

The Neutronics Ultima ID Refrigerant Identifier best available in market which measures purity of all refrigerants above listed.