Leak Saver FAQ and Technical Information

Leak Saver Frequently Asked Questions

How does the Leak Saver work?

How does the Leak Saver Work?

What sized refrigerant leak will the Leak Saver seal?

What size connections does the Leak Saver Have?

Which systems can I use the Leak Saver in?

Is the Leak Saver safe for TEVs, Capillary Tubes, and Tools?

Is the Leak Saver compatible with all refrigerants and oils?

How is the Leak Saver different from other products that look similar?

I overheard another tech saying that he doesn't trust leak sealers. Why should I trust yours?

Do I need to pump down the system?

Can I use the Leak Saver on systems larger than 5 Tons?

What is the smallest system I can use the Leak Saver on?

Can I use the Leak Saver in cars?

What's all this talk about "Polymers"? Are they "bad"?

Can the Leak Saver seal future leaks?

How do I install the Leak Saver?

Method 1: Charge in the Leak Saver with High Side Pressure

Method 2: Charge in the Leak Saver with Refrigerant

Method 3: Leak Shot HVAC Installation

Method 4: Leak Shot Automotive Installation

Automotive Installation


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