Metal Injector

0.5 oz Aluminum Injector Item#INJ001

The Highside System Injector is used for introducing any liquid into the low side of a charged hermetic system.

  • Entirely reusable
  • Constructed of rugged aluminum for long life
  • Designed for use with any standard manifold gauge and requires no extra valves or fittings
  • Drip-proof, no-spill design takes the mess out of maintenance

The Highside System Injector helps prevent the venting of refrigerants into the atmosphere, as well as the introduction of air into an operating system. It can be used on sealed operating systems to avoid shutdowns.

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Description

0.5 oz Aluminum Injector Item #INJ001

INSTRUCTIONS

USE WITH STANDARD MANIFOLD GAUGE.

  1. Unscrew the cap and fill the system injector to the top with the liquid to be injected. Fill completely so there is no trapped air. Tighten screw top.
  2. Connect the system injector as shown in the figure provided and purge the lines.
  3. Slowly open valves on the manifold gauge and with the high side pressure inject the liquid into the low side of the system.

CAUTION: ALWAYS FOLLOW THE PRODUCT MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS CONCERNING QUANTITY TO USE AND SPECIFIC PROCEDURES WHEN INJECTING LIQUIDS INTO AN OPERATING SYSTEM.

FOR INTRODUCING ANY LIQUID INTO THE LOW SIDE OF A CHARGED HERMETIC AIR CONDITIONING OR REFRIGERATION SYSTEM:

  1. The maximum working pressure is 250 PSIG always connecting the system injector to the low side of an operating system.
  2. Never leave the system injector connected to the hoses. After use always disconnect and disassemble.
  3. Before removing the cap, always check for any pressure buildup, by depressing the valve core depressor.
  4. Always store the system injector with the cap loose to prevent thread binding and pressure buildup.

Recommended for use with Trace, Trace 2, Thawzone, and Acid Neutralizer.

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