Rx11-flush Liquid, 19.5 oz. Zoom

Rx11-flush Liquid, 19.5 oz.

SKU:4300-30

Brand: Nu-Calgon

Nu-Calgon
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Type: System Flush
Size: 19.5 oz.

Description for Nu-Calgon 4300-30

Rx11-flush is a unique solvent engineered specifically for flushing refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Rx11-flush is ideal for system flushing after burnouts, during retrofits and for flushing line sets for R-410A conversions.

Benefits:

  • Low Boiling point enhances complete evacuation of flush
  • No oily residue left behind
  • Safe, nontoxic, and nonflammable
  • Formulated with patented solvent technology
  • Approved as part of the U.S. EPA's Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP) Program
  • Over a decade of proven success
  • Convenient pressurized package sizes

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    Rx11-flush Liquid, 19.5 oz.

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    4.0

    good product for R22 to R410A AC system

    By DRBob

    from Prescott Arizona

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          Comments about Rx11-flush Liquid, 19.5 oz.:

          I'm a retired HVAC guy. This product can be used to flush out your exisitng HVAC refrigerant pipng ,etc. Use it after a compressor burn out or also to retrofit your existing system from the old R22 refrigerant to the new R410A refrigerant.
          This product requires the purchase of this manufacturer's delivery system to introduce this chemical to your system.

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