Latest Project



Tube cutters
Tube cutter is essential cutting equipment for air conditioning field. this is used for obtaining smooth cutting edge the tube to be cut.


Gauges Manifold

Using in the above field as charging equipment. Both high and low pressure can be observed as well as concerned temperature.

Vacuum Pump

These are applied auto, industrial, & home applications. Vacuum pumps come with a sealed motor for safety with flammable refrigerants. All vacuum pumps are fitted with a 1/4" flare and 1/2” fittings that can be used with all refrigerant hoses.

•High Efficiency
•Preventing oil returning design
•Alloy Aluminum Casing
•Single Stroke oil-rotating-vane vacuum pumps
•Works with most refrigerants
•Can pull down to 29.9 inches of mercury
•115 volt

Leak Detector

Leak detect is sensed the refrigerant. If there is leakage of refrigerant to the space which is detected by emitting the sound


Care of Tools
Proper care of tools ensure longer life an accuracy of tools. A skilled workman very careful about his tools. The following points need consideration for the care tools.

• Use the right tool for the right job.
• Keep the tools sharp, well adjust and clean in proper boxes.
• The tools not in use should be store properly.
• Do not mix cutting tools, marking tools and measuring tools with each other.
• Sharp and pointed tools should keep in such a manner that they do not cause injury to anyone.

Safety precautions
Hand tools may cause severe injury if they are not used with proper care. In a carpentry shop, the following safety precautions needed for safe working.

• While cutting with chisels, the cutting operation must proceed away from body.
• Clamp the stocks securely.
• Use proper tools as per the requirement of operation.
• Dull cutting tools are a source of accents
• Always use the tools with properly fit handles.
• Place the tools at proper place.
• Never smoke in the carpentry shop.
• Store inflammable materials like kerosene, gasoline turpentine etc.
• Keep the shop clean and tidy.
• All shops should be properly lighted a ventilated.

While working with gas welding

• Use a proper welder’s eye shield with dark glass when you look into the arc. Never use regular safety goggles instead.
• Always wear safety goggles when you remove slag from a weld with a chipping hammer.
• Remove all flammable materials from the welding area. Do not carry matches or a lighter in your pocket.
• Shut off the electricity when you stop welding. Do not forget this in case you use your own power unit.
• Never work on the welding transformer unless you have pulled the plug out of the socket.
• If you do not use the eye shield your eyes will become very painful. Do not rub your eyes when this happens. If necessary, ask for medical help.
• Keep you skin covered as for as possible radiation from the bright light of the arc can cause skin injuries. Protect your skin against flying sparks. Wear leather gloves. A leather apron is also useful.
• Keep electric cables in good condition. Repairing the insulation if it is damaged.
• Do not use welding equipment in wet or damp areas; it will increase the danger of electric shocks.

Safety Considerations

Installation and servicing of A/C system can be hazardous due to system pressure and electrical components. Only trained and certified service personnel should install, repair, or service equipment. When working on equipment, always observe precautions described in the literature, tags, and labels attached to the unit. Follow all safety codes. Wear safety glasses and work gloves and place a fire extinguisher close to the work area.

Never install your air handlers in the bilge or engine room areas. Insure that the selected location is sealed from direct access to bilge and/or engine room vapors. Do not terminate condensate drain line within four (4) feet of any outlet of engine or generator exhaust systems, nor in a compartment housing an engine or generator, nor in a bilge, unless the drain is connected properly to a sealed condensate or shower sump pump.

Electrical shock hazard, Disconnect voltage at main panel or power source inlet before opening any cover. Failure to comply may result in injury or death.

To minimize the hazard of electrical shock and personal injury, this component must be effectively grounded. Refer to installation guidelines for further information.

Notice: This component is charged with a HYDRO CHLORO FLUORO CARBON (HCFC) refrigerant R22. Effective July 1, 1992 it shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly vent or otherwise knowingly release any class I (CFC) or class II (HCFC) substance as a refrigerant in a manner which permits such substance to enter the atmosphere per the clean air act of 1990. Public law 101-549 title IV section 608-C. Failure to comply may result in severe penalties, including fines and imprisonment.

New Product