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September 27, 2001
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Designed to quickly and easily find leaking refrigerant gases, the HLD5000 leak detector essentially eliminates false readings, says the manufacturer. The detec-tor uses an infrared absorption sensor system that detects leaks of less than one gram/yr and responds in less than 1 sec, according to the company. The HLD5000 meets R-134A, -407C, and -410A industry standards and can be converted to read seven different refrigerant gases.

Inficon Inc., Two Technology Place, East Syracuse, NY 13057-9714; 315-434-1100; reachus@inficon.com (e-mail); www.inficon.com (website).

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Publication date: 10/01/2001

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