Do you still have some old puncture-style refrigerant cans in the garage, but can no longer find puncture-style dispensing equipment? Is your local liquidator selling puncture-style cans for a fraction of the price of self-sealing? Does your business use a
How Important is a Backflow Preventer for R-1234yf dispensing equipment?
You may have noticed that FJC uses the term “backflow preventer” when describing our refrigerant dispensing tools—can taps, U-charge hoses and Hoses with gauge. You may have also noticed that our competitors might use the term when discussing R-134a tools,
Why Won’t My Old Dispensing Equipment Work on My New Refrigerant Cans?
If you haven’t had to recharge your automotive A/C in a while, you might be surprised to notice that your old can taps, hose and gauges, and other dispensing equipment don’t work on your new refrigerant can. No, this is
Understanding EPA-Mandated Self-Sealing Refrigerant Cans and Dispensing Equipment
Moving forward at FJC we will be shipping only self-sealing cans which, due to an EPA-mandated design change, necessitate the use of new dispensing equipment. Please refer to the following to determine the appropriate part number for use with the