Refrigerant Leak Prevention

Easy Seal

A/C EasySeal is designed to prevent as well as repair leaks anywhere in the system, including condensers, evaporators, copper lines, and soldered joints. It is easily injected into the system, traveling with the refrigerant, searching for leaks. The fact that A/C EasySeal travels with the refrigerant is very important to its ability to find leaks faster, using less sealant than those sealants designed to mix and travel with the systems oil.

The A/C EasySeal circulates through the system with the refrigerant seeking out leaks rather than migrating slowly with the oil…keeping in mind that only a small portion of the system oil actually migrates with the refrigerant through the system.

A/C EasySeal will react with moisture or air that is naturally present at a leak, forming a secure seal. A/C EasySeal is compatible with the refrigerant, oil and all system materials and it will not react until it comes into contact with the air and moisture at the leak, forming a permanent seal.

A/C EasySeal is a time saver. It finds leaks quickly and seals them, saving the time and money required in searching for the smallest leaks. With A/C EasySeal, the contractor is able to just add a can to the system and be confident the leak has been fixed and move on to the next job.

The previous description is from the NuCalgon website, makers of fine refrigeration products. I have saved customers thousands of dollars in freon replacement and the ozone layer is all the better for it. Everytime I find a system that is low on freon and may be presumed to have a leak I try to persuade the customer to allow me to use this product. I have used this product to save manufacturers from the expense of coil replacement. I put it in my own system that didn’t even have a leak for prevention.  The charge for the service and product is only $100 if there is no freon in addition. The freon is the big ticket item today and that is why it should be addressed proactively.

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