JL302 Refrigerant Leak Detector - scan tool - Interequip
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JL303 Refrigerant Leak Detector


Detects all kinds of halogenated refrigerants        ◇ Single color LED display with 6-level leak alarm ◇ Tricolor display of battery voltage ◇ RESET key that can provide convenient and fast resetting function ◇ Real time sensitivity adjustment ◇ Adopts quality sensors that can detect slightly leaked halogen gases ◇  14 inches (35.5cm) flexible stainless steel probe


*Max Sensitivity: to halogenated refrigerants, 3gr/yr *Battery operated. Battery life: 30 hours under normal conditions *Working temperature: 0-52 degree *Power supply: 3V DV (2 quality batteries)   *Probe length: 35.5cm *Reaction time: Instant    *Resetting time: 2 seconds  *Warm-up: about 6 seconds  *Size: 22.9cm*6.5cm*6.5cm  *Weight:560 g Application Range: JL303 halogen leak detector can also be used in: ◆ Other systems and storage/recovery containers. The unit responds to all halogenated (with Chlorine and Fluorine included) refrigerants. This includes, but is not limited to: CFCs e.g. R12, R11, R500, R503 etc… HCFCs e.g. R22, R123, R124, R502 etc… HFCs e.g. R134a, R404a, R125 etc… Blends such as AZ-50, HP62, MP39, etc… ◆ Detects Ethylene Oxide gas leaks in hospital sterilizing equipment (it will detect the halogenated carrier gas) ◆ Detects SF-6 in high voltage circuit breakers ◆ Detects most gages that contain chlorine, Fluorine and Bromine (halogen gases) ◆ Detects cleaning agents used in dry cleaning applications such as perchloroethyl. ◆  Detects halogen gases in fire-extinguishing system.  Operating Tips:  ◆ Adjust the sensitivity up, only when a leak cannot be found. Adjust the sensitivity down only when resetting the unit does not allow you to “home in” on the leak. ◆In areas that are heavily contaminated with gas, the unit may be reset to block out ambient concentrations of gas. ◆ In windy areas, even a large leak can be difficult to find. Under these conditions, it its best to shield the potential leak area. ◆  Be aware that the detector might alarm if the sensing tip comes in contact with moisture and/or solvents, therefore, avoid contact with these when leak checking.