Auto and truck specialists can now quickly and conveniently identify engine performance issues with new complete master pressure tester sets from Snap-on.
1,000 PSI Wireless Diesel Pressure Tester Set (EEDF700-MSTR) — To make diesel pressure testing on Power Stroke, Cummins, Duramax and other light- and medium-duty trucks more convenient, Snap-on followed the success of its original 500 PSI gasoline engine version tester with this new diesel edition 1,000 PSI Wireless Diesel Pressure Tester Set, the company says.
With a range of 0-1,000 PSI and 0-30 inHG, it diagnoses engine performance issues and stores results for viewing on the tool or sharing them wirelessly via a free app on the technician’s Bluetooth-enabled Android or Apple devices.
The master set includes lift tank fuel pump, engine return flow and flow restriction testing adapters and more. The gray housing allows technicians to easily identify diesel versus the original red gas version while the set’s tray includes compartments and moveable dividers to keep technicians organized on the job Snap-on says.
The tool measures in PSI, kPa, Bar, mBar, inHG, inH20 and cmH20 and graphs and stores up to 12 compression readings, so taking valuable time to write the results isn’t required. Techs can record readings to a device (phone or tablet sold separately) during a road test, then safely view the results back in shop. Findings can be stored by customer, vehicle, license plate, date or technicians and can be conveniently shared through a shop email, text, social media or included on the customer invoice. This set is for customers who prefer the free app’s capability and the digital readout vs an analog gauge.
“If you work on trucks, there should be a spot in your toolbox for this set” says Product Manager David Brekke.
500 PSI Wireless Pressure Tester Set (EEPV700-MSTR) — This master set includes a digital display transducer unit and all the necessary adapters in the EEPV700-KIT and EEPV700-ADD and a free app as one complete testing kit. It is ideal for technicians looking for a comprehensive testing solution for compression, vacuum, fuel, engine oil and transmission fluid pressure up to 500 PSI, the company says. It is also for techs who prefer the free app’s capability and the digital readout versus an analog gauge.
The set’s tray features compartments and moveable dividers to keep technicians organized on the job while the digital display unit comes in an individual, protective carry case for safe storage. Techs can record readings to the device during a road test and view the results safely back in the shop. The system stores results for viewing on the tool or transmits them wirelessly via the app on Bluetooth-enabled Android or Apple devices (sold separately).
The minimum/maximum readings are graphed to help in diagnosing the issue and up to 12-cylinder compression readings can be stored, so writing the results isn’t necessary. Techs can store results by customer, vehicle, license plate, date or technicians and can share the information through a shop email, text, social media or include it on the customer invoice, Snap-on says.