FALL 2017

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/ t o o l s !"#$% CIRCLE ID# 23 ON READER SERVICE CARD OR GO TO HVACPPRODUCTS.COM/MARKET /tools Third-Generation Thermal Imaging Cameras Released for Smartphones, Tablets Flir Systems, Inc. recently released its new third generation Flir One and Flir One Pro thermal imaging cameras. Powered by Flir's Lepton thermal microcamera core, the Flir One builds upon a legacy of enabling thermal imaging on smartphones. Like its predecessors, both new Flir Ones come equipped with a thermal and a high-definition visible camera. Using Flir's patented multispectral dynamic imaging technology, both Flir One models emboss high- fidelity, visible-light details onto the thermal imagery to dramatically improve image quality. The Flir One and Flir One Pro offer a breadth of new and improved features. CHECK OR CIRCLE #154 Kit Produces Tubing Flares in Seconds without Splits, Blemishes and Burrs that Cause Leaks RectorSeal's PRO-Fit Precision Flaring Kit is a new pipe flaring tool for copper and aluminum tubing used in air conditioning and refrigeration work. The pipe flaring tool design/method helps prevent potential sidewall splits and leaks associated with slow traditional flaring tools when forming 45 degree, field-applied refrigeration tubing flare connections. The kit consists of five bell- shaped, color-coded, size- inscribed flaring bits. The flaring process requires seconds to complete using a (minimum) 12v drill or impact driver. The spinning bit forms the tube opening into a flare, without splits, burrs, blemishes or uneven edges that typically cause flare fitting connection leaks. The bits are also the most efficient option for flaring short stubs or existing tubing in cramped spaces with limited accessibility for traditional flaring tools/blocks. CHECK OR CIRCLE #155 hvac/ products

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