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Enhanced HVAC Troubleshooting: Updated FAQs for Inframate Series

  As the HVAC industry evolves, so does the sophistication of our tools. At Elitech Global, we are committed to providing our customers with the latest insights and solutions for their HVAC systems. Our Inframate series has been a staple for professionals seeking reliable and precise diagnostic tools. Here, we offer an updated guide to frequently asked questions, ensuring your tools remain in top condition.

  Leak Detection Enhancements

  When it comes to leak detection, the Inframate series is equipped with infrared technology that requires specific handling to achieve optimal results:

  1. Automatic Recovery:

  Our infrared leak detectors are designed to automatically recover within 2 seconds after detecting a leak. This feature allows for repeated testing by moving away from the leak point and approaching it multiple times to confirm the presence of a leak.

  2. Technique Sensitivity:

  For detecting minimal leaks, the technique is crucial. Approach the suspected area quickly to ensure the infrared product can accurately detect the leak.

  3. Leak Size and Detection Range:

  If no leak is detected, consider whether the leak point is too small or beyond the detection capabilities of the device.

  4. Sensor Dryness:

  If the sensor has been exposed to water, it's essential to dry it thoroughly. Disconnect the power and place the detector in a dry, well-ventilated area. If possible, open the detector and use a dry, soft cloth or tissue to wipe away any moisture inside. Inspect for corrosion or damaged parts and replace if necessary. Once the sensor is completely dry, reconnect the power and test the functionality of the leak detector.

  5. Air Pump Suction:

  Check the air pump's suction capability. Ensure all system connections and seals are intact, as leaks in the system can reduce the pump's effectiveness.

  6. Gas Pipeline Obstruction:

  If the gas pipeline is blocked, clean the debris from the expansion valve, low-pressure lines, expansion valve bulb, and high-pressure lines or receiver drier.

  False Alarm Mitigation

  False alarms can be mitigated by understanding their common causes and taking appropriate action

  1. Impact-Induced Alarms:

  Our high-precision infrared instruments are sensitive to impacts that can cause deformation in the optical chamber, affecting detection data. This is a normal phenomenon and no cause for concern.

  2. Magnetic Interference:

  Ensure there are no strong magnetic fields nearby, such as from routers or other radiation-emitting devices, which could interfere with the testing process.

  3. Environmental Concentration:

  In high-concentration environments, adjust the sensitivity to M/L to reduce interference and prevent false alarms.


  The Inframate series is designed to meet the demands of modern HVAC diagnostics. With these updated FAQs, you're better equipped to troubleshoot and maintain your tools for optimal performance. Remember, at Elitech Global, we are always here to support you with the latest information and solutions. Should you encounter any issues not covered in this guide, please do not hesitate to contact us for further assistance.

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