Find and Repair Hydraulic System Leaks with Fluorescent Leak Detection Spectroline Editorial Feature Published by Fluid Power Journal Fluorescent leak detection can help save time on hydraulic hose repair. Spectroline’s feature article published by Fluid Power Journal highlights the importance of finding leaks in hydraulic systems. The article discusses types of leaks, leaking fluid costs,…
Remove Acid Buildup from Air Conditioners Acid scavenging solutions can help remove acid buildup in air conditioners. The presence of acids in AC/R systems is a common cause of refrigerant leaks and burnout compressors. Acid Tests and Acid-Neutralizers are system additives that can help eliminate acidic refrigeration and stop breakdowns. What Creates Acidic Refrigeration?…
HVAC Technicians are experiencing Air Conditioner parts shortage as a result of COVID. It is more important than ever to practice preventative maintenance care on HVAC/R units to avoid emergency repairs and waiting for parts to become available.
Are you Losing Costs Due to Energy Inefficiencies? There are many ways to improve overall energy efficiency for commercial refrigeration and HVAC equipment.
HVAC preventive maintenance can minimize virus spread by updating to high efficiency filters and regular service visits.
UV lamps or torches are the best dye companion for finding and observing leaks in AC&R systems that are normally invisible to the human eye or difficult to locate using an electronic device. Not all HVAC/R leak detection lamps are created equal and with many options on the market it can be challenging to know if you are making the right purchase.
GLO Seal™ combines high quality fluorescent dye with AC&R system leak sealant Cool Seal™, for a powerful and safe system additive. With one quick installation, GLO Seal™ pinpoints the exact location of all leaks and micro-leak areas.
Fluorescent dye is a fast and efficient way to find all leaks in air conditioning and refrigeration systems but given the nature of the product it can be messy if handled incorrectly. Most fluorescent dye spills occur when a service port of a pressurized AC&R system charged with dye is accessed, resulting in a forcible spray of dye. Additionally, incomplete connection to the service port and/or injecting fluorescent dyes into systems with damaged or out-of-specification service ports may also result in dye spills.
Spectroncs Corporation was mentioned in the June 1st, 2020 edition of Newsday and Newsday.com. The article titled “UV Devices Zap Germs on Phones” discusses the CellBlaster® Cell Phone Sanitizer and the strength of its UV-C germicidal power on mobile devices and everyday household items.
Spectronics is thrilled to be featured on a recent edition of Newsday. As the world’s largest manufacturer of ultraviolet lighting equipment Spectronics has always aimed to set the standards.