Refrigerant ID Technology from Neutronics Helps Shops Prevent A/C Contamination

Refrigerant ID Technology from Neutronics Helps Shops Prevent A/C Contamination

Neutronics Refrigerant Analysis offers its advanced Ultima ID Refrigerant Identifier to automotive service and repair facilities as the first line tool for safe and profitable mobile A/C service. The innovative, state-of-the-art refrigerant identifier can help prevent the contamination of a shop's R134a supply, damage and warranty loss on recovery equipment, lost service profits, and even ....

Neutronics Refrigerant Analysis, a leading innovator of Automotive A/C service technology, offers its advanced Ultima ID Refrigerant Identifier to automotive service and repair facilities as the first line tool for safe and profitable mobile A/C service. The innovative, state-of-the-art refrigerant identifier can help prevent the contamination of a shop’s R134a supply, damage and warranty loss on recovery equipment, lost service profits, and even risk of injury.

Refrigerant Contamination a Major Concern for Shops
“Refrigerant contamination is one of the biggest issues confronting our industry,” notes Peter Coll, Neutronics Refrigerant Analysis sales manager. “The increasing cost of AC service, the lack of federal guidelines, and increasing DIY usage has opened the door for A/C service headaches and ushered in a variety of refrigerant substitutes, including propane, HC-hydrocarbon and 134a mixtures. These are not only potentially harmful to shops, but to the technicians as well. Today, you can’t afford to guess at the quality of refrigerant in the cars you service. You need to know exactly what’s in that AC system before you work on it.”

Leading Edge Technology
The Neutronics Ultima ID is the fastest, most advanced identifier on the market. It uses Neutronics’ leading edge infrared refrigerant gas analysis technology and exclusive “Blend ID” software designed to identify all EPA S.N.A.P. approved refrigerants in addition to R12, R134a, R22, HC and Air. Ultima ID is ergonomically designed, lightweight, simple to use, and has an extra large, easy-to-read LCD display.

Prints Test Receipt for Easy Customer Billing
Ultima ID has an optional built-in printer that creates a test receipt so a shop can easily bill the customer and get paid for its work. An optional internal battery also makes the Ultima ID exceptionally portable, so it can be used anywhere.

For additional information, please contact Peter Coll, sales manager, Neutronics Inc., 456 Creamery Way, Exton, PA 19341, (610) 524-8800, (610) 524-8807(f), or toll-free (800) 378-2287.

You May Also Like

FCS Introduces 42 New Numbers in May

Complete strut assemblies, shock absorbers, shock absorber assembly kits and suspension struts for popular VIO applications are included.

FCS Automotive announced the release of 42 new numbers in May, including:

8 Complete Strut Assemblies (936,389 vehicles in operation)

6 Shock Absorber Assembly Kits (2,696,801vehicles in operation)

16 Shock Absorbers (6,245,071 vehicles in operation)

12 Suspension Struts (2,135,974 vehicles in operation)

Philips Ultinon Drive 5000 LED Lightbar Line Expands

Lumileds has expanded the Philips Ultinon Drive 5000 series to include eight models.

DMA Adds New BrakeMaster Coverage

New coverage for Ford and Chevy includes popular pickup trucks and SUVs.

Akebono Expands Severe Duty Disc Brake Pad Kits

Akebono said it expanded its severe-duty ultra-premium disc brake pad line by 14 new part numbers.

GSP Releases New CV Axle Part Numbers

GSP said 14 new CV axle part numbers are in stock and ready to ship.

Other Posts

BCA Bearings Unveils 2024 Endless Summer Promotion

The Endless Summer promotion runs from May 1 through June 30, 2024.

PRT Launches 30 New Complete Strut Assemblies

The new items represent more than 10 million vehicles in new coverage, PRT said.

RNR Tire Express Hosts Mother’s Day Giveaway

The eighth-annual event promises $100,000 in prizes, as well as a brand new 2024 Buick Encore for one select nominee.

Brand Refresh for Tires Plus, Hibdon Tires Plus Begins

Logo updates include a single-color tire mark; a logo palette comprised of Tires Plus yellow, black and red; and refined typefaces.