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ET 150.01 Refrigerant Filling and Evacuation Equipment Show data sheet (pdf file) Print page
Technical Description

  The accessory ET 150.01 is used to evacuate and fill refrigeration systems. The refrigeration system is evacuated using a vacuum pump. Evacuation using the vacuum pump removes air and humidity from the refrigeration system to allow subsequent filling with refrigerant. The correct amount of refrigerant is monitored using the filling balance.
  The equipment is designed for the CFC-free refrigerant R134a.

 

Learning Objectives / Experiments

- Prepare the filling station
- Evacuate the refrigeration system
- Fill the refrigeration system

 

Features

* Evacuation and filling of refrigeration systems for

  refrigerant R134a

Specification

[1] Portable equipment
[2] Vacuum pump and filling balance
[3] 4-valve assembly aid
[4] Pulsation-damped manometer for intake pressure, high pressure; vacuum meter
[5] Manometer for intake and high pressure with temperature scale for refrigerant R134a
[6] High pressure and intake pressure connections

 

Technical Data

Vacuum pump: motor power: 0,25kW,
intake volume: 66L/min, final vacuum: 0,02mbar
 

Measuring ranges
- intake pressure: -1...8bar
- high pressure: 0...31bar
- vacuum: 0...1000mbar

 

Dimensions and Weight

l x w x h: 510x175x485mm

l x w x h: 370x270x60mm (filling balance)
Weight: approx. 15kg

Required for Operation
230V, 50/60Hz, 1 phase or 120V, 60Hz/CSA, 1 phase
Scope of Delivery

1 vacuum pump

3 filling hoses

1 filling balance

1 instruction manual

Order Details

061.15001  ET 150.01  Refrigerant Filling and

                                      Evacuation Equipment


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