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HCR188C Guidelines: Leak Detection Mobile App

HCR188C is a new hydrocarbon-based refrigerant that does not deplete our Earth’s protective ozone layer like fluorocarbon refrigerants including R-12 and R-22. It is now known that breathing these chlorofluorocarbon and hydrochlorofluorocarbon (CFC’s and HCFC) refrigerants can cause oxygen deprivation, serious heart problems and possibly other health issues. The following procedures in the HCR188C Guidelines: Retrofit Labeling and Color Code mobile app apply to all users of HCR188C. Learn about and prepare equipment for portable leak detection of HCR188C. The manufacturer blends HCR-188C with a warning odor agent (mercaptan) smell. GoCanvas has the ability to capture photo images using your mobile device.

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  • The Cooperative
  • PG&E
  • Red Bull
  • Mirvac

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    Learn about and prepare equipment for portable leak detection of HCR188C.

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    Warning Odor

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    Replace any missing warning labels on all appliances

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    Use a polymer-soap solution to find gross leaks

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    Use a battery powered gas sensor for detecting hydrocarbon refrigerant

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    check all connections and lines with a leak sensor after servicing any unit

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    DO NOT use a halogen flame leak detector

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    The AC manufacturer has added fluorescent dye to the system before charging

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    Use an ultraviolet light to find the leak

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    Tool and equipment Safety and Best Practices

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    Use only proper tools and servicing equipment approved for HCR188C

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    Never improvise tools and service equipment

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    Piping and fittings-Comply with all codes, standards, and best practices

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    HCR188C Warning Odor - Light Refrigeration

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    If warning odor is noticed, extinguish smoking materials, turn off burners and other open flames.

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    Immediately open windows and doors for ventilation.

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    Leave the room.

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