A/C leak detector lawsuit in works Transcraft opens four more doors
September 1, 2002
WESTBURY, N.Y. - Tracer Products announced they have filed a lawsuit against UView Ultraviolet Systems, Inc. for patent infringement of its Tracerline Tracer-Stick dye capsules for refrigerant leaks.T...
WESTBURY, N.Y. – Tracer Products announced they have filed a lawsuit against UView Ultraviolet Systems, Inc. for patent infringement of its Tracerline Tracer-Stick dye capsules for refrigerant leaks.
Tracer’s leak detectors are prefilled with Fluoro-Lite fluorescent dye and are a popular way to simply and cleanly add dye to vehicle air conditioning systems, according to the company. The suit was brought about by UView’s introduction of its disposable in-line capsules, which Tracer says infringe on its detection product.
Spectronics, Tracer’s parent company, invented the fluorescent leak detection technology in 1955. Today, Fluoro-Lite dye is being factory installed in new air conditioning systems for cars and trucks around the world. For more information on Tracer products, visit www.tracerline.com. n
ST. NICOLAS, Que. – Transcraft opened its doors for the first time in 1962 and now has opened four new dealership doors to add to its 145 locations across Canada and the U.S.
The flatbed trailer company has inked deals with Pierquip, Inc. in St. Nicolas, Que. and in Mirabel, marking the 11th and 12th Canadian locations. In addition to these new locales, Transcraft also has new dealerships with JES sales in Eau Claire, Wisc. and Wick’s Truck Trailers in Strafford, Mo.
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