When AC/R professionals are out making repairs for their customers, they can run into a wide range of issues. Pinhole leaks and holes in HVAC units have a variety of causes, and there are plenty of ways to address these problems and fix the leaks. Once the underlying issue is resolved, AC/R technicians have to choose how they will repair holes in a system. External sealants such as air conditioner repair putty are just one type of AC repair product, and AC SmartSeal External is a tool that you can use to make repairs that last. Help your clients put a stop to refrigerant leaks with a top-of-the-line air conditioner repair putty, AC SmartSeal External!
Although people in many places throughout the U.S. are longing for warmer weather, there are plenty of drivers who report problems with their car’s air conditioner year-round. Any driver’s worst nightmare is getting into a hot car only to realize that the air coming out of their vents refuses to cool down. AC leaks are often the culprit, and repairing these leaks can be a challenge. Whether you are working on your own vehicle or you’re a mechanic by trade, keep reading to learn more about what AC SmartSeal Auto can do for AC/R systems in cars.
When a customer complains that their air conditioner is not working correctly, their freezer is not staying cold, or their equipment is overheating, a refrigerant leak may be to blame. While low levels of refrigerant in the system are a symptom of the problem, holes and corrosion are often the real culprits. When HVAC professionals are working on getting their clients’ units as efficient as possible, sealing holes and addressing structural issues is essential. In this blog, we will go over the importance of leak repair as well as a method that can be used to stop refrigerant leaks permanently.
Formicary corrosion and other causes of pinhole leaks can wreak havoc on any HVAC system, and AC/R technicians often have their work cut out for them when it comes to diagnosing and addressing malfunctioning units. Although there are some ways that home and business owners can preserve the health of their HVAC units, leak prevention in these systems presents significant challenges. Fortunately, Cool Air Products has devised a product that both repairs pinhole leaks and helps prevent them from occurring in the first place. Read on to learn more about how AC Railcool can help you keep your clients’ AC/R systems running at peak efficiency.
When you are servicing an AC/R unit, there are a few different ways to approach leak repair. Some technicians prefer internal liquid sealants, and others prefer external putties. When it comes to fixing refrigerant leaks, technicians and clients both want a permanent, reliable fix. To that end, some professionals choose to utilize both internal and external HVAC repair products for some repairs. This practice allows HVAC professionals to reinforce their repairs and get the best of both products. In this week’s blog, we will discuss the benefits of combining different types of HVAC repair products when fixing refrigerant leaks.
When servicing AC/R systems, you likely experience issues of different severity. While some parts or units need to be replaced entirely due to damage or corrosion, some fixes can be relatively quick and straightforward. Formicary corrosion is a typical result of acid in AC/R systems, and this often causes refrigerant to leak through tiny holes in the system. Fortunately, the pinprick holes left behind by acid can often be repaired once the acid is removed. Internal sealants that are manufactured today are an excellent repair option for HVAC technicians, as they allow for quick, easy, and cost-effective AC/R repair. Read on to learn why you should use internal sealants to stop refrigerant leaks.
When you are on the job repairing AC/R systems, you never know what problems are going to come your way. Assessing and repairing leaks in air conditioner units can be a challenge, especially when you only have a limited amount of space for tools in your truck or tool kit. Fortunately, Cool Air Products has formulated a wide range of air conditioner leak repair products that are small, easy to use, and fit into any tool kit, no matter how small. In this blog, we will discuss external sealants. External sealants are an excellent solution for air conditioner leak repair.
If you have been using the same AC repair products for a long time, you may be wondering if there are better air conditioner leak sealants out there. What makes an AC leak sealant suitable? Many HVAC professionals have similar thoughts on the subject: a product should be healthy and safe to use, it should seal leaks permanently without clogging equipment or creating damage, and it should be a simple and cost-effective tool. Read on to learn about the characteristics of high-quality air conditioner leak sealants.
When HVAC professionals encounter small leaks in AC/R systems on the job, there are a few ways they can go about fixing them. One tool that more and more technicians are using is air conditioner repair putty. Repair putties are pastes that are often comprised of two different agents which are kneaded together, applied, and allowed to cure. They are great tools when repairing small leaks in AC/R systems. Read on to learn more about how to use air conditioner repair putty when repairing small leaks.
Last week, we discussed methods of detecting and removing acid in air conditioner systems. This week’s topic is somewhat related; AC coil corrosion is often a result of exposure to organic or inorganic acids. Some suggest that the uptick in AC coil corrosion that HVAC professionals have seen in recent years is the result of homes with increased insulation. When airflow is reduced due to better construction and insulation practices, compounds like acetic acid, formaldehyde, and acetone remain inside the home for longer. When these compounds come into contact with copper air conditioner coils, it results in formicary corrosion. This post will discuss methods of detecting and treating leaks due to AC coil corrosion.