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KANE RD99 Refrigerant leak detector

KANE RD99 Refrigerant leak detector


HFC's HCFC's, CFC's, SF6, R134A and R123

Gases sensed (partial list)

- CFC - R11, R12, R13 etc.
- HCFC - R22, R502, R500 etc.
- HFC - R134 a, R123, R125, R23 etc.
- R404 A,R407 C, R410 A


EUR 145.00
excl. VAT

Article code: 273-0099

KANE RD99 Refrigerant leak detector


  • Product info

The new refrigerant leak detector is a low cost effective way of detecting refrigerant gas leaks. Detects all existing refrigerants which include HFC, HCFC, CFC, SF6, R134 a, R123, R404 A, R407 C, R410 A.

The handheld unit detects environmentally damaging gases, including the latest CFC gases. Confirms norms EN 14624 / EN 5422.

  • Sensitivity: 5gm/Yr R134A
  • Reaction time less than 1 second
  • Advances ioisation detection
  • Battery type : 9 volt alcaline
  • Battery life : 11 hours (typically 3 months in use)
  • Flexible gooseneck : 400 mm
  • Dimensions : 180 x 70 x 35 mm
  • Weight : 400 g

Info
Low cost effective way of detecting the smallest leak of refrigerant gases.

The handheld unit detects environmentally damaging gases, including the latest CFC gases. The unit has a two position sensitivity switch allowing the user to locate the smallest leaks.

The RD99 has a dual alarm system. The increased tick rate sounds and a series of visual indicators illuminate as you approach the source of the leak.
This visual indication makes the detection of leaks possible in noisy environments.

The RD99 is battery powered and is ideal for use with domestic and commercial refrigeration systems, automotive and air-conditioning systems.

Easy to use one handed operation with long gooseneck probe for hard to reach areas.

Gases sensed (partial list) :
CFC - R11, R12, R13 etc.
HCFC - R22, R502, R500 etc.
HFC - R134 a, R123, R125, R23 etc.
R404 A,R407 C, R410 A

Operation
LED indicactors: Progressively advance as gas concentration increases
Audio : Sound level changes as gas concentration increases

Dual sensitiviy : Two position switch increases sensitivity for HFC detection


Battery indication

Green: Power on
Red: Power low