EXTON, Pa. — Neutronics Refrigerant Analysis meets the increasing global need for accurate, reliable and expanded refrigerant analyzing capability with a new, more advanced version of its Ultima ID Pro RI-700H Refrigerant Analyzer.
The phase out of R22 and introduction of numerous drop-in replacement refrigerants make the updated Ultima ID Pro Analyzer indispensable at every level of the refrigerant life cycle. The Ultima ID Pro RI-700H gives confidence to the contractor by revealing what is being recovered, enables the consolidator to determine the quality of the contractor’s recovered refrigerant before being sent for reclamation and enables the reclaimer to sort a wide variety of refrigerants by both type and quality.
The enhanced Neutronics Ultima ID Pro now features an internal LiFE rechargeable battery, improved accuracy over a wider temperature range and the addition of R32 and air identification.
A unique feature of the enhanced Ultima ID Pro is a function which allows the user to test refrigerants that are not in the analyzer’s predefined library and create a unique fingerprint utilizing the sensor data from the analyzer.
With these new advanced features, combined with the benefits of the original RI-700H such as a built-in printer and light weight portability, Peter Coll, Neutronics vice president for Refrigerant Analysis states, “This is the analyzer for all consolidation, reclamation and HVAC refrigerant analysis needs. With the introduction of this unit, Neutronics continues its guiding principle of worldwide ready, best of breed.”
For additional information, please contact Peter Halpern at 610-524-8800 or firstname.lastname@example.org.