Model#: TIFNZX

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TIF instruments ZX Heated Pentode Refrigerant Leak Detector

  • TIF instruments ZX Heated Pentode Refrigerant Leak Detector
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The TIF Heated Pentode Refrigerant Leak Detector ?nds leaks faster and with more accuracy saving you time and money. Refrigerant leaks are hard to ?nd and the patented refrigerant speci?c detection eliminates ambient ?false alarms? by directing you quickly to the source of the leak. Comfortable and easy to use, it?s engineered for daily use in industrial or residential applications. Find the leak and close the service call quicker with the TIF ZX.
  • Detects all halogenated refrigerants at levels below 0.1 oz./yr.
  • Tri-color, visual, leak size indicator
  • Tactile keypad controls with one-touch reset and adjustable sensitivity
  • True mechanical pump provides instant response and clearing
  • Battery test function and sensor failure indication
  • NiMH rechargeable batteries
  • Flexible stainless probe
  • Meets SAE J1627 and CE approved
  • Refrigerant Leak Detector - ZX
  • NiMH Battery Pack
  • Battery Charger
  • Soft Carrying Case


Cordless: Yes
Length: 10.25 in.
Width: 2.75 in.
Weight: 16 oz.
Battery Type: NiMH
Operating Temperature: 32 - 125 Deg. F
Probe Length: 16 in.
Refrigerants Detected: CFC / HFC / HCFC
Run Time: 6 hrs.
Sensitivity: 0.1 oz./year
Sensor Life: 150 hrs.



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Where can I have a ZX1 sent for repair estimate?
Greg G on Apr 28, 2017