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Advanced Engineering reformulates leak detector spray

Advanced Engineering has reformulated its fastest-selling leak detector spray “EasyFind”, designed to find hidden AC&R refrigerant leaks.

The bubble up aerosol works by spraying a foam coating onto joints, pipes and components; with tell-tale bubbles in the foam clearly indicating the source of any leaks.

Furthermore, EasyFind’s new “low lubricity” formula, offers a more pronounced and visual “bubble up effect” when it comes into contact with refrigerant leaks.

The company This small but ingenious chemical improvement makes it much easier and simpler for service engineers to pinpoint both large leaks and tiny, intermittent pinhole escapes.

Safe, reliable, economical and quick, EasyFind requires no preparation or equipment, is suitable for all AC&R system sizes, and comes in a convenient spray can.

Chemically constructed to provide service engineers with a fast and foolproof method for locating refrigerant leaks in AC&R systems, EasyFind was developed by Hampshire-based Advanced Engineering.

With DEFRA guidance and government legislation continuing to tighten around F gas leaks in cooling systems, owners and operators of air conditioning systems face ever more serious penalties if they fail to comply with the new EU regulations.

The law now specifies the intervals at which leak checks should be undertaken, as well as requiring further follow-up checks once a leak has been dealt with.

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