Modern, high-tech emergency vehicles use ultra-efficient R-1234yf refrigerant to keep personnel and civilians cool, safe, and comfortable. These A/C systems have a much smaller refrigerant charge and require a concentrated, OEM-grade UV dye. Even the smallest leaks can reduce cooling capacity.
Tracer Products’ OEM-Grade Fluoro-Lite® 5 TP3825 Dye Now Available in New Sizes for R-1234yf AC Leak Detection
Modern R-1234yf air conditioning systems have new requirements for fluorescent leak detection. With concerns over rising fuel costs, manufacturers are developing more efficient, environmentally friendly vehicle systems.
Tracer Products is proud to announce that their R-1234yf/PAG A/C DYE UV Leak Detection Kit (TPOPUV19) has won the 2019 People’s Choice Award for Leak Detection by the readers of PTEN (Professional Tool & Equipment News) Magazine.
Over the past few years, automotive manufacturers have shifted over to using modern A/C units that utilize R-1234yf refrigerant. R-1234yf refrigerant has a lower Global Warming Potential (GWP) Rating than its predecessor R-134a. Today, most automotive manufacturers have adopted these highly efficient, ultra-low impact refrigerant systems.
Tracerline® is releasing a new line of fluorescent leak detection products made specifically for R-1234yf A/C systems. To meet industry trends, Tracerline® has developed leak detection products made specifically for R-1234yf A/C systems. The product line includes complete leak detection kits, dye injection kits, and replacement dyes. Tracerline® R-1234yf leak detection dyes are co-solvent free and are manufactured using OEM-Grade Lubricant.
Tracer Products manufactures high-quality, versatile leak detection products that serve the needs of automobile technicians and manufacturers worldwide. Fast and accurate leak detection saves time, money, repairs and avoids comebacks.
R-1234yf is a new refrigerant for automotive A/C systems that is being widely adopted by OEM’s such as BMW, Honda, Ford, and others worldwide.
New low emissions standards by SAE and the environmental protection agency (EPA) have caused a shift in the automotive industry to adopt the new refrigerant, R-1234yf.