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Grainger Item #: 2DPH7
Refrigerant Leak Detection Kit, Typical Application Air Conditioning and Refrigerant Leak Detection, Amount of Oil in System Up to 4 Gal, Amount of Refrigerant Up to 50 Lbs, Dye Type Universal, Type of Compressor Oil Polyol Ester, Alkyl Benzene, or Mineral, Includes OPTIMAX (Rechargeable) Inspection Lamp, EZ-Ject Dye Injector, 2 EZ-Ject Cartridges, Fluorescence-enhancing Spectacles, GLO-AWAY Cleaner, Perge Fitting, AC Charger, DC Charger, Plastic Carrying Case and Instructions
 
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5 out of 5
Usage frequency:Monthly
Yes, I recommend this product.
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PostedJune 22, 2012
The best way to introduce dye into the system. This is the first one where I didn't glow in the dark.
Field of Industry:HVACR
Product used for:Leak detection
Years purchasing from Grainger:30
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Where can I find a digital level tester?

Field of Industry:: construction
Product used for:: level ground
The best way to test any level is to swap it end for end. you should get the same reading. If you are reading 1/4 bubble high on the left side and you flip leve, you should still read 1/4 bubble high on the left. if not the level is off.
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