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    I understand that any of the new R410A equipment have a diffrent face on the flares?? I was also told a standard flare tool is no good??

    Does any one know who carry's the new flare block needed for it??
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    Are you talking about mini-splits ??

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    Yes HV, I understand anything using r410a that has flares will have a larger surface area?
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    I don't know about the R410A flares, but the automotive and HVAC industry have always used a different flare angle than the aerospace industry. They may be changing to the other flare angle.

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    CX Yes the new equipment will be comming with larger flare surface due to the increase in working pressure.
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