CompuCharge Refrigerant Evacuate & Charge

CompuCharge Refrigerant Chargers are designed and built for accuracy and reliability by experienced engineers and assemblers. Utilizing proven components in both standard and custom packages, the system effectively evacuates and charges a precise amount of refrigerant and/or oil into various cooling system types and sizes. Operator Interface Terminals provide ease of selection for multiple charge sizes, evacuation times, vacuum check times, and vacuum check limits. Low maintenance combined with low operating costs makes these machines the industry standard. Data storage and retrieval are available for charge verification and troubleshooting equipment either on-site or remotely.

Options Available

  • Allen Bradley CompacLogix, ControlLogix, Flex I/O
  • Mitsubishi, Omron, Toyopuc, or other PLC options
  • Panelview, GOT, or other Touchscreen Operator Interface options


  • CO2
  • HFC-134a
  • HFO-1234yf
  • R-11
  • R-12
  • R-123
  • R-152
  • R-22
  • R-290
  • R-402a
  • R-404a
  • R-407a
  • R-408a
  • R-410a
  • R-500
  • R-507
  • R-508b
  • R-600
  • R-600a
  • R-717

Features and Options

  • Mass flowmeter
  • Hydraulic ram
  • Pump
  • Operator Interface Terminal
  • Charge size verification
  • Multiple selection criteria
  • Fault indicators
  • Automatic clamp charging tool
  • Automatic tool positioning
  • Quick connect charging tool
  • Industry anti-drip tooling
  • Rapid flow precision tooling
  • Pre-evacuation
  • Precision metering units
  • Various size/styles port openings
  • Rail-mounted stations
  • Base stations with rail mounted consoles
  • Data mining w/ printer
  • Heated supply lines
  • Transfer pumps
  • Line accumulators

Typical Data Collected

  • Product Model Number
  • Product Serial Number
  • Product Description
  • Process Start Date
  • Process Start Time
  • Cycle Number
  • Refrigerant Unit of Measure
  • Refrigerant Quantity Charged
  • Refrigerant Type Charged
  • Final Evac. Time
  • Final Evac. Level
  • Vacuum Level at Start of Vacuum Check
  • Product Vacuum Level at End of Vacuum Check
  • Vacuum Check Time
  • Total Cycle Time
  • Completion or Error Code
  • Product Pass/Fail
  • Total Refrigerant Quantity Charged.

Multi-fill, Transportation Market