The top model amongst the cooling system testing devices by SEDA “three in one“ test functions!
In addition to pressurizing with the hand pump nd/or compressed air, the pressure in the system (for early recognition of damage) can be built up by warming of engine. Once the operating temperature has been reached the following can be tested in one operational step:
The pressure build-up in the radiator system takes place as in the 5-Star-Tester either during the warming up phase without air pressure or with air pressure via the tire inflator.
For garages who prefer working with a hand pump we supply a coupling nipple for the connection in the case. With the SEDA system no overpressure can occur because it is protected by overpressure valves. The rest pressure stays in the system.
The Praktiker case is the SEDA entry model with which approximately 80% of all vehicle types can be tested for radiator system pressure and temperature.
Extended with the three way distributor, CO2 Tester and reaction fluid the cylinder head seal can be tested with the cooling system test at the same time. All ADAC breakdown service vehicles have been fitted with a SEDA cooling system test case.