Replacing a Piston w/ TXV and Evacuation

We get a lot of questions about both evacuation procedure and TXVs so last week we produced videos on both topics, including:

• Before and after testing of piston vs. TXV
• Using the Bluvac Measurequick app
• Use of core remover tools for evacuation
• Flowing nitrogen
• creating an external equalizer port and much more

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