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Tracer offers PRO-Alert refrigerant leak detector

June 7, 2010
Tracer Products has introduced the TP-9360 PRO-Alert„§, a portable refrigerant leak detector that employs heated-diode sensor technology to accurately detect refrigerant leaks down to 0.25 ounces per year (7 grams/year).

Tracer Products has introduced the TP-9360 PRO-Alert, a portable refrigerant leak detector that employs heated-diode sensor technology to accurately detect refrigerant leaks down to 0.25 ounces per year (7 grams/year).

The PRO-Alert has dual-sensitivity controls: a high-sensitivity setting when initially checking the general leak area, and a low-sensitivity setting to hone in on the exact leak site. It is self-calibrating to neutralize background contamination, sensitive to both R-12 and R-134a refrigerants, and certified to meet SAE J1627. Its variable-intensity audible alarm and flashing LED help pinpoint leaks fast.

Cordless and compact, the PRO-Alert is specifically designed to make leak detection efficient and easy. Turn it on and it’s ready for inspection—instantly. Its 17-inch (43-cm)-long, chrome-plated, flexible metal probe easily slithers into tight spots and holds its position for more thorough inspection. It includes a built-in positive displacement pump that draws a test sample into the detector for fast, accurate sensing.

The PRO-Alert comes complete with sensor, replacement filters, and two D-cell alkaline batteries (included), conveniently packed in a plastic carrying case.

For more information, visit www.tracerline.com or call toll-free 1-800-641-1133; outside the United States and Canada, call 516-333-1254.

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