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- ItemManifold Gauge and Hose Set
- TypeAir Conditioning and Stationary Refrigeration
- Number of Hoses4
- Number of Valves4
- Gauges High Side Red (psi)0 to 800
- Gauges Low Side Blue (psi)30" Hg to 500
- For Use WithR-22, R-404A, R-410A
- Vacuum Port Size (In.)3/8
- Hose Length (In.)60
- FeaturesDiaphragm Type Valves and Pulsation Resistant Gauges
- Agency ComplianceUL
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You should never use one set of manifold gauges for both R22 and R410A. The different oils do not mix and can cause damage to the compressor if they are mixed in the AC system. You can purge the manifold with nitrogen after every use, but if you forget the cost could be high. It is less expensice to use two different manifolds than it is to replace a compressor.
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