The Infrared Refrigerant Leak Detector for HVAC makes the HVAC Technicians job easier, faster, safer and more efficient. Infrared detectors use a sensor that is tuned to the wavelength of an infrared light source inside the detector. When refrigerants reflect infrared light, it blocks the light to the sensor and triggers the alarm. The technician must sweep the detector back and forth to pass the detector in and out of the refrigerant. The source of the leak is at the midpoint of where the detection begins and ends. If you think you might have a coolant leak in your AC unit call De Hart Plumbing to get the job done. We can repair your leak and add coolant to make your life more comfortable. De Hart Plumbing, serving Manhattan Kansas, Junction City Kansas and Wamego Kansas.
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