Freon is actually a brand name for a group of chemicals (known as chlorofluorocarbons or CFCs) that are used as a refrigerant or air conditioner in the air conditioning system.
Freon gas is colorless and has a gaseous state at room temperature and turns into a liquid when cooled.
Freon gas is a colorless and odorless gas, although some of its products have an etheric odor.
Freon gas is not only used in air conditioners and air conditioners, but also in standing refrigerators and freezers, and more importantly, it is used in many industrial and commercial refrigeration appliances, transportation and food refrigeration. .
Even dehumidifiers use R22 gas.
Gauge that uses the mechanical mechanism of the Bordon tube or diaphragm and in some cases the element bellows.
By changing the state of the measuring element due to pressure and transmitting this change of state to a hand that has been calibrated in terms of pressure on a plate, they can simply measure pressure values over a wide range of up to 1000 times.
A pressure sensor generally measures the pressure of a gas or liquid.
Pressure is the so-called force required to prevent liquid from spreading and is usually defined as the force on the surface.
The freon gauge usually works as a transducer and produces a signal as a function of pressure effect.
For this purpose, an electrical signal can be considered. Freon gauges are used daily to control and monitor thousands of applications.
Freon gauges can be used indirectly to measure other variables.
Freon service gauge is a very sensitive and essential tool in repair and service.
This device is made in different hand and digital models.
The more equipped version has a side glass on the installation site of the yellow interface pipe.
Service manifold consists of two calibrated gauges and a shut-off valve and three hoses connected to 1.4-inch tulle fittings that use rubber washers for sealing and can be completely “tightened” by hand.
Types of Gauge Freon
Freon gauge hose and blue nozzle valve is related to the low or compound pressure section, which has two types of degrees:
High degree of zero, which is divided up to 250psi and is used to charge the refrigerant.
The second degree red (high pressure) includes the red valve and hose and is used when a pressure above 250psi is required.
Especially for pressing the system or testing the compressor pressure of air conditioners, chillers and refrigerators and…. The yellow hose is for charging freon gas, creating pressure, creating a vacuum and dehumidifying.
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