Refrigerant Leak Testing - Northern NJ, Bergen, Morris, Essex, Passaic
Air Conditioning & Heat Pump Refrigerant Leak Detection and Repair
An air conditioning installation or heat pump utilizes a completely sealed system filled
with refrigerant. Normally the refrigerant does not have to be replenished, unless a leak
develops and the refrigerant level is low or zero. As a quick short term solution, the
refrigerant can be replenished. However most often the most economical solution is
for the place of the leak to be identified, and the refrigerant leak to be fixed, as soon as it has been detected. For example instead of sending people home from a
commercial building which lost its cooling, refrigerant can be added to quickly resume air conditioning and reestablish working conditions. However, this is a short term
solution, and for proper repair, we can use our extensive experience to locate the leak and permanently fix the system.
Our HVAC technicians will help you with the testing, detection, and repair of refrigerant
leaks in any air conditioning or heat pump systems. We are specialists in refrigerant leak repairs for the HVAC cooling coils, evaporator coils, copper tubing, valves,
access ports, etc. Our 24/7 emergency service vans are equipped with all the refrigerant leak detection tools to get the job done quickly and economically. Once the
place and the size of the leak have been identified, we present you with the most economical options, in an effort to save you money. Some possible scenarios are
Refrigerant Leak in the Valve or Access Port
If the refrigerant gas leak is in a valve or access port, the valves can be easily cleaned or replaced with minimum effort. Although, replacing a refrigerant service port valve requires soldering, our service vans are fully equipped to perform the
operation, and our certified technicians will do it quickly and economically.
Refrigerant gas leak is in the copper tubing
If the refrigerant gas leak is in the air conditioning or heat pump copper tubing re-soldering using high silver content solder and a high temperature torch would fix the leak. A damaged section of refrigerant line may need to be cut out and
Refrigerant Gas Leak in the condensing coil or in the evaporator coil
If the refrigerant gas leak is in the condensing coil or in the evaporator coil, repair might be possible, depending of how accessible the leak point is. As a last resort, the air conditioning unit can be fixed by replacing the old leaky coil with a
brand new one.
Refrigerant Leak is due to Severe Corrosion
If the refrigerant leak is due to severe corrosion anywhere in an HVAC system then a solder repair is not possible because of thinned and weakened parts. Even if soldering is performed, the repair may not last long since a leak may
spring in an adjacent area of the system. For this reason, in case of advanced corrosion leaks, we recommend
replacement, as the most economical long-term solution.
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