Home > Air Conditioning Line Repair Tools > Orion Motor Tech AC Gauges, Automotive AC Gauge Set for R134a R12 R22 R502, 3 Way AC Manifold Gauge Set with 5FT Hoses Couplers & Adapter, PR134A Can Tap Freon Recharge Kit for HVAC

Orion Motor Tech AC Gauges, Automotive AC Gauge Set for R134a R12 R22 R502, 3 Way AC Manifold Gauge Set

R134A R12 R22 R502, Automotive Ac Gauge Set, 2 1/4 '' Quick Couplers, 3 Way Ac Manifold Gauge Set, Dry And Liquid Filled Designs, Better Winter Performance

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What We Like

  • Built-in barriers prevent contamination of refrigerant by condensation
  • Features compact ball valve ends that provides dependable connections
  • Comes with intuitive design that offers hassle-free setup and operation


  • may not have a port to evacuate air

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8.08 out of 10, based on these factors:

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  • Common Questions


    I'm confused about the length of hoses, the description says 3ft, but theheader says 5ft.


    The correct length is 3 ft, it was listed for wrong information.


    Does the set of gauges have a sight glass that is visible for freon?


    The sight glass can be seen between the gauges.


    How do you remove the air from the yellow hose with the R134a connected to the Y?


    With red and blue valves closed, attach [email protected] can to pressurize the yellow hose, loosen the fitting of the yellow house at the manifold, and purge a puff of gas.


    Can this gauge be used to charge r410a?


    The gauge set is for R134A, R12, R22 and R502.


    The degree unit is easy to read but the picture shows a scale. Which is correct?


    I received a couple of concierges who were not happy about the conversion chart on hand, but worked for a charge to the home unit.

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