A/C Pro

Tips from the Pro

Post: I own a can of R-134A and want to buy a new gauge

You will need a DVA-1 when using these R-134 products: ACP-101V ACP-102V ACP-102CA ACP-105CA ACP-307V ACP-307VA MRL-3V

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Post: I bought a gauge packaged by itself and plan to buy a can of R-134A

You will need a DVA-1 when using these R-134 products: ACP-101V ACP-102V ACP-102CA ACP-105CA ACP-307V ACP-307CA MRL-3V

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Post: I already own a piercing valve gauge and plan to buy a can of R-134A

You will need a DVA-1 when using these R-134 products: ACP-101V ACP-102V ACP-102CA ACP-105CA ACP-307V ACP-307CA MRL-3V

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Post: I bought a kit with a self-sealing valve and need to buy a refill

Self-sealing valve gauges never require a DVA-1.

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Post: I bought a kit with a universal gauge and need to buy a refill

Universal gauges never require a DVA-1.

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Post: I plan to buy a kit (can with gauge bundle)

Kits include a DVA-1 if needed

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Post: If I use a DVA-1 adapter to connet my gauge to a 2018 can, do I leave it on when I’m done?

No. The new can has the self-sealing mechanism that will prevent refrigerant from escaping.

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Post: Will using the new recharging system take longer?

No. The time it takes to recharge your A/C system, and the ease of use, are virtually the same as the existing system.

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Post: Are there any special tools required with the new self-sealing valve system?

Other than the tools needed to charge your A/C system normally with A/C Pro, like a pen, safety glasses, gloves, there are no special tool required for the 2018 version

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Post: There are no expiration dates on your products. Should I be concerned that the refrigerant in a piercing valve can is too old to work correctly?

R-134a refrigerant and the additives that accompany our products do no expire or “god bad”. You can purchase an older generation can with confidence that its contents are just as capable as a newly packaged product.

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