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Refrigeration Technologies Checkmate

Checkmate | Refrigeration Technologies

Examine the level of contamination with this simple refrigerant and oil test.

  • Simple oil test
  • 1 test for all oils: MO, AB, PAG or POE
  • Indication of contamination by means of a colour scheme
  • Refrigerant test: acid/moisture content
  • For all HFC, HFCF or CFC refrigerants
  • Complete case: ready to use, durable and affordable
  • Detector tubes seperately available

Delivered in a hard plastic case with Check-Mate and 3*3 detector tubes: 3 oil tests, 3 humidity tests, 3 acidity tests.

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Refrigeration Technologies Nylog

Nylog Red and Blue | Refrigeration Technologies

Install without leaks

  • Prevents leakage through refrigeration gaskets and threaded fittings
  • Never hardens
  • Remains temperature and vibration resilient

Nylog Red: installations with CFC and HCFC
Nylog Blue: installations with HFC

Micro-leak detector | Big Blu

Micro-leak detector

  • Bubble solution
  • Sensitivity: 20 grams/year
  • Non toxic, non corrosive, biodegradable
  • Strong and persistent film
  • Approved for use on oxygen systems

Micro-leak detector | Big Blu Sub-Zero

Finding leaks in extreme circumstances

  • Bubble solution
  • Usage under extreme conditions; -35°C to 90°C
  • Non toxic, biodegradable
  • Approved for use on oxygen systems

Wet-Rag | Refrigeration Technologies

This reusable heat blocking putty keeps piping and sensitive components cooler than traditional wet rag applications during brazing, soldering, or welding. It is made from the same materials found in the heat shield of the space shuttle. Simply apply, remove, and reuse.

  • Reusable up to 40 Times
  • Withstands Temperatures over 1100°C
  • Blocks Direct and Conductive Heat
  • Indicator Dye Fades as Product Wears Out


  • Turn off or disconnect all power
  • Mold as much putty to the surface as you can for maximum protection
  • Welding technics and applications will vary. Use additional safeguard materials to protect if necessary. Use low flame and flow nitrogen for added protection.
  • Braze, solder, or weld.
  • Allow surfaces to cool.
  • All Done!