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RED TEK® ProSeal12™
Advanced A/C Seal Treatment
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ProSeal A/C Repair Kit

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Frequently Asked Questions  
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Q. What is ProSeal12™?        
  A. ProSeal12™ is a formulated system designed to seal leaks in both metal and rubber parts of air conditioning and refrigeration systems. ProSeal12™ is chemically activated by moisture at the leak sight to form a permanent seal.


Q. Will Proseal12™ seal all leaks?       
  A. ProSeal12™ cannot seal extremely large leaks or compressor shaft leaks. A general guideline to follow is it should not be used for leaks that release more than one pound of refrigerant per day.


Q. Has ProSeal12™ been endorsed by A/C OEMs or will its use void equipment manufacturers' warranties?        
  A. OEMs do not endorse any non-OEM trademark products. No manufacturers warranties have been voided due to use of ProSeal12™.


Q. What happens to ProSeal12™ if it is processed through a recovery and recycling unit?        
  A. ProSeal12™ will separate out with the refrigerant oil in the reclaim process. No deleterious effects on the recycling/reclaim equipment will result.


Q. What is the possibility that ProSeal12™ might form a solid in the refrigeration system if a refrigeration hose or pipe were to burst during system operation?        
  A. The small concentration of ProSeal12™ is miscible in the refrigeration system and is dispersed throughout the entire system. In the event of a rapid leak or pipe failure, virtually all the sealant will exit the system with the refrigerant.


Q. How long will ProSeal12™ remain in my system?        
  A. If there are no leaks in the system, ProSeal12™ will remain in the system as a liquid lubricant ready to seal any future leaks.


Q. What are other benefits of using ProSeal12™?        
  A. ProSeal12™ offers several benefits other than self-sealing properties. Moisture is chemically eliminated from the system. Removing moisture reduces compressor head pressure and enhances refrigerant flow which results in lower vent temperatures.