|Manufacturer||Orion Motor Tech|
|Brand||Orion Motor Tech|
|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.12 x 1.18 x 3.54 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||OMTQCA2IN1|
R134A Can Tap Valve Refrigerant Dispenser Tool with Tank Adapter for 1/4 and 1/2 inch AC Freon Charging Hose
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- WIDE COMPATIBILITY ---- Come with R134A can tap refrigerant dispenser and tank adapter, compatible with both 1/4" and 1/2" female fittings ac charging hose.
- R134A CAN TAP ---- R-134a brass automotive air conditioning dispensing valve, connects all R-134a cans with 1/4" acme threads to all auto R-134a service hoses
- R134A TANK ADAPTER ---- Include extra R134A refrigerant tank adapter, 1/4" acme female x 1/2" male flare, connects 1/4" male can tap to 1/2" female hose
- HEAVY-DUTY AND DURABILITY ---- Made of heavy duty brass to last under extreme conditions, features thickening seals to prevent leaking
- LIFT-TIME WARRANTY ----- Orion Motor Tech pursue outstanding quality and service, only have point of departure, there is no terminal point. If you are not satisfied with this product or if you have any question, please feel free to contact us. We would like to issue full refund if finally we could not resolve your problem or you are not satisfied with the result. 1.Go to your amazon account and find the order. 2.Click the seller name and enter the store page. 3.Click "Ask a question"
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R134A Can Tap Refrigerant Dispenser with Tank Adapter
Come with R134A can tap refrigerant dispenser and tank adapter, compatible with both 1/4" and 1/2" female fittings ac charging hose.
R-134a brass automotive air conditioning dispensing valve, connects all R-134a cans with 1/4" acme threads to all auto R-134a service hoses.
Include extra R134A refrigerant tank adapter, 1/4" acme female x 1/2" male flare, connects 1/4" male can tap to 1/2" female hose.
Made of heavy duty brass to last under extreme conditions, features thickening seals to prevent leaking, T handle for easy fingertip control.
|R134A Can Tap Valve Refrigerant Dispenser Tool with Tank Adapter||Adjustable R134A Adapter Fittings||R1234yf Adapters AC Quick Couplers|
|Threads||1/4" and 1/2"||1/4"||1/4"|
|Application||Car AC System||Car AC System||Car AC System|
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I was contacted by the seller after leaving a 1-star review and offered a full refund for this defective item. I used that refund to purchase a set of o-ringed SAE flare caps to seal the leak on this tap, and thereby managed to save most of the remaining refrigerant in the can from just leaking away over the next couple weeks. The final outcome with long-term containment of the valuable refrigerant is the same as if the tap had functioned correctly, so I'm happy. I can't speak to the quality of valve seat inside the next tap that you'll order, but I'm inclined to give it the benefit of the doubt, given the seller's response to standing behind the product. I would purchase again, but be prepared to check for leaks and be prepared to do something about them if the value of the refrigerant exceeds the value of the can tap (ie not just a little 134a can from Walmart).
Original unedited review:
This tap “works” in that it can puncture the can and hook securely to a refrigerant hose. The problem is that there valve doesn’t seal correctly in the off position. After it’s disconnected from the gauge manifold, it leaks refrigerant to the atmosphere because of some problem with the valve seat. This defeats most of the purpose of this device, in that it is wasting refrigerant that is more expensive than the can tap itself, and there’s no way to replace the tap until all the remaining refrigerant in the can is lost. If you plan on always using the whole charge at once, maybe this is ok. Otherwise, avoid.
update. This company has excellent customer service and responded to my previous review. So five stars to them and thanks again for contacting me.