Southwest HVAC News
Inc. Releases New Tutorial Video Showing How to Repair Their
2-Valve Brass Manifolds.
Uniweld released a new video on Uniweld.com and YouTube that
explains how to repair a 2-valve brass manifold. Before leaving the
factory, all Uniweld manifolds are calibrated and must pass a
quality control pressure test to ensure accuracy and reliability.
Sales Executive for Uniweld, Matt Foster, explains in the video how
to maintain the manifold and keep it as accurate and reliable as
when it left the factory. Uniweld’s 2-valve brass manifolds have a
valve stem assembly with a Teflon® seat and a Teflon® packing
washer. Teflon® is an extremely durable material and is compatible
with all refrigerants and lubricants used in the HVAC and
The manifold is an important diagnostic tool that an HVAC/R
technician will use daily and after extensive use of the manifold,
it may be necessary to replace the Teflon® seats and packing
washers. The video gives clear step by step instructions on how to
replace these components.
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Foster demonstrates how simple it is to repair their 2 Valve Brass
Manifolds with an instructional video.
There are two options to perform this repair. The Uniweld QA200A
is a full valve assembly that quickly and easily replaces one of the
old assemblies. The second option, Uniweld’s QVK-2 rebuild kit comes
with 2 Teflon® seats and 2 Teflon® packing washers and allows for
the repair of both the high and low side valve stem assemblies. Matt
explains every step of the short repair process, and makes it easy
for anyone to follow along. Always be prepared when on the job, stop
by a local Uniweld distributor and pick up a manifold repair kit