Every HVAC professional has their preferred methods and tools for repairing systems. Some technicians prefer internal sealants while others use exterior putties exclusively. Still others prefer to combine products for reinforced patches and repairs. Cool Air Products produces AC SmartSeal External, an air conditioner repair putty that works both on its own and with internal sealants. The next time you reach for an internal sealant, consider reinforcing your repair with Cool Air’s air conditioner repair putty, AC SmartSeal External.
If you are an HVAC professional, you have likely stumbled upon some heated discussions about the efficacy of AC leak sealants. Both online and in-person, debate among AC/R professionals rages over whether or not AC leak sealants can be used to effectively and safely seal holes in HVAC systems. There are a few myths surrounding the effectiveness of an AC leak sealant in repairs, and we will debunk some of these myths in this week’s blog. Take a seat and get ready to dive into the facts and myths of leak sealants!
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.
Whether you are working on a home’s air conditioning unit, a commercial refrigeration system, or a motor vehicle, finding leaks within AC/R systems can be a challenge. Advances in HVAC systems and technology have made this easier over time, but it is still vital to use the right tools for the job when it comes to finding and stopping leaks. Read on to learn more about what to look for in an air conditioner UV dye, how to use UV dye for leak detection, and how to properly get rid of it after use.
It’s a debate that has been raging for years: should AC leak sealant products be used internally in air conditioning and refrigeration systems? While some folks use secondhand anecdotes of lousy leak sealant experiences to support their arguments against internal sealants, the reality is that modern leak sealants like AC SmartSeal are specially designed and manufactured to be perfectly safe and effective for use in air conditioning and refrigeration systems. Read on to learn more about why AC leak sealants are effective for internal use in AC/R systems.