Testo Top Tip: Refrigeration


All of our Testo products are intuitive, clear and designed for the end user in order to make their use and application as easy as possible. However, we also know that helpful tips and industry knowledge never go amiss. So here are a couple quick and easy best practice tips for working in refrigeration.

  1. Use the right gauge for the right job. If you try to use a low pressure gauge on a high pressure system job, there is a high chance of damaging your equipment or worse your customers equipment.
  2. Avoid skin contact with any kind of refrigerant if you are working with them. Use eye protection and gloves as they are likely to cause irritations.
  3. Always recycle refrigerant gas and help to keep the environment green.

For all the measurement instruments that you need to work effectively and successfully in refrigeration see the Testo website where you can buy all of our products direct – http://www.testolimited.com.

About Testo Limited

We offer an extensive range of instruments for many parameters and applications including; Temperature, Humidity, Velocity, Gas analysis, RPM, Pressure, Light, pH, Sound. testo instruments are widely used in the following sectors: HVAC-R: heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration. Process Industry: manufacturing industries, service companies and utilities. Food Sector: including food manufacture, transport, storage, distribution and retail. Thermal Imaging: for building surveys, maintenance, electrical inspections and production monitoring.

Posted on April 26, 2013, in Latest News, Plumbers uk, Refrigeration, Top Tip and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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