AC Leak Freeze® Pro with Magic Frost wins a silver Dealer Design Award sponsored by Air Conditioning Heating & Refrigeration News Magazine.
Houston–RectorSeal® LLC, a manufacturer of quality HVAC/R products, won a Silver product design award July 24 for its AC Leak Freeze® PRO with Magic Frost refrigerant leak sealant in the 14th annual Dealer Design Awards (DDA) Program’s “Components & Accessories” category. Sponsored by the weekly trade magazine Air Conditioning, Heating & Refrigeration News (ACHR News), AC Leak Freeze PRO with Magic Frost, was judged by an independent panel of HVAC contractors and competed with 80 other product design entries.
AC Leak Freeze PRO was introduced last January and is a quick, easy and safe applicator for applying RectorSeal’s renowned AC Leak Freeze refrigerant leak sealant into commercial and residential air conditioning and refrigeration systems. Unlike some disposable refrigerant leak sealant applicators, AC Leak Freeze Pro doesn’t require a labor-intensive R-410A system pump down and safely withstands all typical refrigerant pressures. The Magic Frost portion of the patent-pending AC Leak Freeze formula is a lubricant additive that extends compressor lifecycles.
Approved as an OEM product by many tool and compressor manufacturers, AC Leak Freeze Pro with Magic Frost is the HVAC/R industry’s safest formula for service technician and the refrigeration system. Its proven compatibility flows with the system refrigerant/oil to permanently seal small leaks and prevent them in the future. The AC Leak Freeze PRO with Magic Frost formula is not moisture activated, has a safer flashpoint rating than the competition, and doesn’t use or create polymers that can potentially clog compressors, recovery/evacuation units, Schrader valves, capillary tubes, TXV valves, micro channels or manifold gauges.
AC Leak Freeze PRO helps preserve the environment from refrigerant leaks. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that emissions of HFC and PFC refrigerants were 149.9 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent in 2015, a figure that doesn’t include the widely-used HCFC refrigerant R-22.
“These awards give us a unique opportunity to recognize the outstanding research and development efforts that go into many of the products serving the HVAC/R industry,” said Mike Murphy, publisher, ACHR News, which is distributed nationally to more than 33,000 members of the HVAC/R industry.