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Four Seasons Introduces Complete A/C Flush Kit

The kit includes a flush tank, universal adapter, regulator, rubber tip, 18-inch rubber hose and a shut-off valve. Four Seasons said some of the features and benefits include the fact that the flush kit is cost-effective and is a considerably lower investment than conventional closed-loop equipment; it also increases productivity and offers a shut-off valve safety feature and universal adapter for additional convenience.

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LEWISVILLE, Texas – Four Seasons, a division of SMP, has added a complete A/C flush kit (part No. 59172) to its line of premium air conditioning service parts. The kit includes a flush tank, universal adapter, regulator, rubber tip, 18-inch rubber hose and a shut-off valve.

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“Gun-style flush equipment relies on the pressure within the flush tank and an operator to disperse the cleaning agent,” said Matt Guden, marketing and business development manager. “Our Four Seasons exclusive design uses a continuous supply of regulated shop air as well as a component adapter, which allows a busy technician to hook up the component, start the flush process and work on something else while the tool does the work.”

Four Seasons said some of the features and benefits include the fact that the flush kit is cost-effective and is a considerably lower investment than conventional closed-loop equipment; it also increases productivity and offers a shut-off valve safety feature and universal adapter for additional convenience.

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“Today’s closed loop flush machines can cost upward of $2,500,” said Guden. “With our Four Seasons complete A/C flush kit, technicians will get the same high-quality result for a fraction of the cost.”

The A/C flush is sold separately as 69991 Dura II quart, 69992 Dura II gallon and 69994 TechSelect quart.

For more information, contact your local Four Seasons sales representative or e-mail [email protected].

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