The Key to Our Future Student engagement is the key to our future. That’s why Spectronics Corporation encourages young people to visit its manufacturing headquarters located in Westbury, New York. Spectronics employs engineers and product development teams who specialize in the Automotive, HVAC, Industrial, and Non-Destructive Testing industries. A group of Westbury High School students…Details
OPK-40GS/E Kit Helps Avoid Expensive Repairs Most refrigerant leaks are only discovered when there’s a problem with your AC&R unit. If you could stop leaks before they became an issue, wouldn’t you? You can avoid expensive repairs by properly caring for your unit and putting in place a preventative maintenance plan. Stop refrigerant leaks with the OPK-40GS/E kit…Details
New High-Intensity, ASTM E3022-15 Compliant, IP65 Rated LED UV-A uVision™ Inspection Lamps: UV-365HC and UV-365MHC
The New Standard in NDT Spectronics Corporation, the originator of ultraviolet fluorescent technology, is releasing the uVision™ UV-365HC and mobile UV-365MHC, a new group of high-intensity ASTM E3022-15 Compliant LED UV-A lamps for non-destructive testing, aerospace, and other fluorescent inspection applications. The high-intensity feature provides superior fluorescent response while remaining within ASTM E3022-15 compliance.…Details
Know What Works Fluorescent dyes provide the fastest and most accurate leak detection method for AC/R systems. When added to a suspect system, the escaping fluorescent dye exits all leak areas. Exposing the system to violet light causes the dye to fluoresce brightly. Very small leaks can be detected at a distance and technicians can…Details
Cool Seal™ A/C Leak Sealer Cool Seal™ is the hassle-free way to seal refrigerant leaks in condensers, evaporators, O-rings, and hoses – quickly and permanently. It’s an economical alternative to expensive parts replacement and can add years to older, out-of-warranty AC&R systems leaking small amounts of refrigerant. As an added benefit, this dependable sealer…Details
If you want to know what the F, F, C’s of HVAC/R leak detection are, we’re happy to tell you we wrote a guest blog for our friends at HVAC.com explaining the whole process. Check it out!
There are many factors that may lead to the failure of an HVAC unit. The most common reasons, seen in the infographic to the left, are having too much debris around the unit, improper installation, lack of maintenance, and improper sizing. Regular maintenance is an important factor which improves the functionality of a unit and…Details