1.8 lb Can 410a refrigerant with Hose, Gauge and adapter

1.8 LBS Cylinder/Can R410A with Easy Recharge Hose and Gauge

SKU:
BUD410A1.8
Weight:
2.00 LBS
Shipping:
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our price: $98.00
Easy To Use, Do it Yourself Check & Recharge Kit for R410A Systems                                
 
 
Features
  • "easy to use"
  • color based gauge scale for immediate understanding
  • plug in on all R410a systems
  • reusable for multiple applications
  • easy to carry
  • 2.2 lb enough to fill most of the split/minisplit or small chillers in the market
  • Great for topping off installations and longer Linesets
  • comparable to Freon

THE KIT INCLUDES:
-1 R410A GAUGE 1/4 SAE OUTLET WITH EASY TO READ SCALE
-1 R410A 2.2lb REFRIGERANT TANK
-1 SHUTOFF VALVE/ADAPTER 5/16" with Hose

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  • 5
    great product

    Posted by Unknown on 29th Apr 2017

    I rarely write a review, worked as advertised, I received the product within a few days from when I ordered it. WIthin 20 minutes from opening the packges, I had cold air again. Yay! and no service tech bill

  • 5
    Couldn't have been easier!

    Posted by Me on 12th Sep 2016

    I had three weeks left before I moved out and the A/C suddenly couldn't keep up with the heat. I didn't want to send $300 on a tech visit for three weeks! ($100 trip charge and $75 a pound for refrigerant. He said he expected three pounds (yeah, right)). So I took a chance on this product. I was worried because Youtube said that I had to have gauges and a thermometer to calculate temp drop. This product showed up in 4 days and worked like a charm. I connected it right up to my unit without an adapter. I slowly shot refrigerant into the system until the included gauge said it was full and presto, air conditioner blew nice cold air again! $68 was a bargain.

  • 5
    works good...

    Posted by Unknown on 6th Jan 2016

    safe me $$$ no need to call for service... air is back on service...

  • 5
    Very easy to use

    Posted by tom on 20th Jul 2015

    It arrived, I had repaired the leak already in my portable Kenwood PAC 1300 EK. I found the right adapter (included) and connected it to my bullet piercing valve. After running the unit for 30 minutes, i added refrigerant slowly and periodically until full. Gauge was accurate as I tested the system with borrowed professional gauges. I have enough to service 1 or 2 more units. No need to spent $120 unless you are a professional servicing large units.