Compressor Terminal Repair Kit offers universal solution.
October 9, 2007 -
QwikLugŪ is constructed of all-brass fitting with non-flammable, insulated Valox plastic outer-molding, which protects against short-circuiting and reduces corrosion. To facilitate maintenance, unit is tightened onto spade-style compressor terminals with front-access Phillips head set screws. Solution works with all compressor brands, sizes, and configurations and can also act as universal adaptor for incompatible connections during compressor replacements.
Quickest and Easiest Compressor Terminal Repair Kit Introduced by Mainstream Eng.
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Mainstream Engineering Corp.
200-T Yellow Place, Bldg. A
Rockledge, FL, 32955
Press release date: September 24, 2007
Mainstream Engineering, Rockledge. Fla., a leading manufacturer of HVAC/R aftermarket service/maintenance products, introduces QwikLugŪ the industry's quickest and easiest compressor terminal repair kit for all compressor brands, sizes and configurations used in industrial, HVAC/R, appliance, electrical, military and testing/monitoring applications.
Unlike other terminal repair kits with hard-to-access recessed Allen wrench set screws, QwikLug is easily tightened onto spade-style compressor terminals with front-access Phillips head set screws.
QwikLug is also an excellent universal adaptor for incompatible connections during compressor replacements, which helps reduce service truck stock inventories. Five kits are available: 1) 2-foot-long, 10-gauge wire; 2) 4-foot-long, 10-gauge wire; 3) 2-foot-long, 12-gauge; 4) 4-foot-long, 12-gauge; or 5) a wireless kit.
The QwikLug is constructed of an all-brass fitting with a non-flammable, durable insulated Valox plastic outer-molding. The molding protects against short-circuiting and reduces future corrosion. QwikLug is available at all major HVAC/R distributors.
About Mainstream Engineering: Mainstream Engineering is a solutions-oriented research and development company that markets its new product discoveries to the HVAC/R field. Mainstream is currently designing a "Gravity Insensitive Heat Pump" for the thermal control system of NASA's future Lunar Outpost and the next-generation crew exploration vehicle-The Orion. Mainstream manufactured the first refrigeration compressor to fly in space on the International Space Station. For more information on Mainstream Engineering and its HVAC/R division products, please contact (321) 631-3550 or visit www.mainstream-engr.com.