Why Polymerizing Sealants Should be Avoided
Choosing a non-polymer sealant is an ideal choice as there is a significant trend towards clean, energy-efficient technologies, driven by both regulatory mandates and consumer demand for more eco-friendly solutions. The shift to mildly flammable A2L refrigerants requires proper leak detection tools that are compatible. One of the things that you want to avoid is system additives that polymerize. Polymerization is harmful as polymerizing sealants remain liquid until exposed to moisture or oxygen. This then turns them into solids, and once formed, they cannot be flushed out, resulting in system failure.
Preserve Equipment with non-polymer sealant
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