WAC 2000 Basic

ART. NO. W050 200 007

WAC 2000 Basic


An extern refrigerant analyzer does exist anymore?

Then the WAC 2000 Basic is the perfect basic equipment! The WAC 2000 Basic offers the basic equipment for connecting a suitable external analyser . An existing analyser can be used. This system also features all the functions of the WAC 2000A Basic.

Equipment features
  • Much faster automatic A/C service sequence than required by the German vehicle manufacturers
  • Compatibel with all approved refrigerant analysers
  • CE-certified
  • Continuous leak monitoring to pick up even the smallest leaks so as to prevent the loss of refrigerant
  • High compressor extraction rate allows recovery of over 95% of the refrigerant charge
  • Refrigerant fluid: R1234yf
  • Future proved: As needed convertible to R134a
  • Sturdy metal housing

All details you'll find in the product information

Technical data
Dimensions600 x 605 x 1320 mm
Weight93 kg
Refrigerant tank20 kg
Extraction rate300 g/min
Vacuum pump capacity90 l
Vacuum level3 x 10-1 Pa
Refrigerant filling accuracy± 15 g
Oil / UV accuracy± 1 g
Percentage purity R-1234yf95 %
Pressure gaugeHigh-resolution digital display, additional pressure gauges
Max. operating pressure20 bar
Number of filter dryers1
ApprovalsCE certification, SAE J2099, SAE J2843, EC Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC, EC Low Voltage Directive 2006/95/EC, EC EMC Directive 89/336/EEC, EC Pressure Equipment Directive 97/23/EC
Product information

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