Total System Protection
Rx-Acid Scavenger provides a better, more convenient way to neutralized or “scavenge” acid in refrigeration, air conditioning systems after burnouts or during normal on-going systems maintenance. Normal dosage rate is 2 fl. oz. of Rx-Acid Scavenger for up to one gallon of system oil. That is 50% less than other acid neutralizing products. This “low treat” feature means far less material has to be added to the systems. Rx-Acid Scavenger is formulated for use with all lubricants - mineral, alkylbenzene and polyol ester. Use after system burnout to scavenge acid products in the system, or change a system with Rx-Acid Scavenger to neutralize acid conditions should they develop.
Rx-Acid Scavenger Connect Inject is a quick, one-time disposable injector option for introducing Rx-Acid Scavenger into the air conditioning system where the vessel is pre-charged with 4 fluid ounces of treatment. Although not required, the use of the reusable Connect Injector Tool (part no. 4155-01) is recommended. One device up to 5 ton system capacity; use multiple injectors for larger systems. The new Rx-Acid Scavenger Connect Inject uses a new formulation to improve the acid scavenging rate in POE and PVE lubricant systems.
Packaging Size Part Number
1 box 2 fl. ounce liquid 4301-02
1 Pressurized Can 4301-05
Injection Valve 4300-89
Rx-Acid Scavenger Connect Inject 4301-06
Connect Injector Tool 4155-01
This product must be used in accordance to the following directions by HVACR professionals only.
Directions for Liquid Bottle (4301-02)
Directions for Pressurized Can (4301-05)
If system’s low side pressure is BELOW 65 psi while running:
If system’s low side pressure is ABOVE 65 psi while running:
First pump the system down to achieve a low side pressure between 40 and 50 psi. Then, inject into the low side starting with step 2 above.
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