Press Release Summary:
Acid-Away Pro Injector is designed for eliminating acid in residential, commercial refrigeration and air-conditioning systems. The unit consists of 44 ml copper reservoir with a 1/4 in. (high side) standard brass connection fitting and 1/4 in. (low side) features a Schrader valve brass connection fitting. The Acid-Away product changes acid into a neutral, non-corrosive substance and is used for compressor burnout system cleanup.
Original Press Release:
RectorSeal’s Acid-Away®, the HVAC Industry’s First Acid Neutralizer, Now in an Easy, Time-Saving Injector
New Acid-Away Pro all-in-one injector and acid neutralizer cuts application time in half and accommodates all refrigeration oils; including mineral and POE.
RectorSeal®, Houston, the originator of Acid-Away® , the HVAC industry’s first acid neutralizer for refrigerant systems, now introduces Acid-Away® PRO the new, quick and easy all-in-one injector for eliminating acid in residential and commercial refrigeration and air-conditioning systems. The Acid-Away PRO injector includes a 1.5-ounce dose of the same trusted Acid-Away formula that service technicians have used for more than two decades to eliminate and prevent refrigeration system acid formation.
The six-inch-long (152-mm) Acid-Away PRO injector consists of a 1.5-ounce (44-ml) copper reservoir; a high side 1/4-inch (6-mm) standard brass connection fitting and a low side 1/4-inch low-loss Schrader valve brass connection fitting designed to protect the service technician’s hands from frostbite and the environment from escaped refrigerant. The recyclable injector simplifies and expedites usage versus the original Acid-Away bottle/funnel method. Unlike the original Acid-Away, which was offered in both mineral oil and polyolester (POE) versions, Acid-Away PRO has been reformulated for all refrigeration oils.
Versus most competing products, which are defined as scavengers that attach to acid molecules for entrapment in the system’s filter drier, Acid-Away PRO chemically changes acid into a neutral, non-corrosive substance that doesn’t attack metals or cause future compressor motor burnouts. Unlike scavengers, Acid-Away doesn’t deplete filter/drier capacity, which potentially leads to premature filter/drier replacement callbacks.
While Acid-Away Pro is designed for compressor burnout system cleanup, it’s also an excellent preventative maintenance treatment for systems with a history of acid build-up. Two other RectorSeal products complement Acid-Away PRO: Acid Detector™ acid test kit; and the Turbo-Kleen™ Starter Kit for cleaning burnout residual from system components.
Other features of the Acid-Away PRO include:
- OEM approval by Trane, Bristol and several other equipment brands prove there are no harmful effects to system components, compressor parts, oil or refrigerant;
- Doesn’t require replacing filter/drier beyond periodic replacement schedules;
- Reformulation for all refrigeration oils results in only one inventory sku.
- Prefilled applicator minimizes introducing moisture and air into the system;
- Available to HVAC/R wholesale distributors in countertop cases of 12-units, each which have a peg hole for optional displaying on wall pegs.
For additional information on Acid-Away PRO or other HVAC/R products and tools from RectorSeal, visit www.rectorseal.com email: email@example.com; or call 800-231-3345.
About RectorSeal: The RectorSeal LLC is a leading manufacturer of chemical and specialty products designed for professional tradesmen. Steady growth over the years has been maintained through a commitment to providing high quality products and services. With a diversified business strategy, RectorSeal aggressively pursues new and unique technologies to serve the plumbing, heating, air conditioning, electrical and construction industries. RectorSeal is devoted to providing innovative quality products supported by strong customer and technical service. For more information, visit www.rectorseal.com, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800) 231-3345.
Delicia Shyu--Marketing Comm. Director
John Parris Frantz