(Part #: ESP11344-1)
Simplify California’s new inspection with ESP’s state-of-the-art equipment. As part of the state’s Smog Check Program, BAR will require low-pressure fuel evaporative system testing (LPFET) for 1976-1995 model-year vehicles. Low-pressure evaporative testing inspects for evaporative emissions control problems such as fuel tank and vapor line leaks. To do this, a small amount of pressure (about ½ psi) is introduced through the fuel tank filler neck. If the vehicle’s evaporative system leaks, the vehicle fails and must be repaired before it can pass the California Smog Check test. BAR estimates that 11% of vehicles will fail the first time.
List Price: $3,650
Price includes freight, delivery & installation and 1 year parts & warranty.
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- Tester Size: Roll-around 2-wheel rugged cart 24 ½" W x 14 ½" D x 39" H
- Weight: 80 lbs. (including adaptors and accessories)
- Inlet Hose: 25 ft. rugged garage hose
- Supply Hose Connection: 7/16" JIC female
- Fuel Tank Connection Hose: 15 ft., red, grounded
- Power: 110 VAC
- ESP recommends the use of compressed nitrogen to introduce the required pressure into the tank.
- Communications to Data Depot: RJ11 - 56K V.92 modem
- Test Storage: test and calibration records stored in non-volatile memory, configurable upload frequency
- 3 Filler Neck Adapters: Solid aluminum, color coded with quick connects
- Calibration Tank: Integral to cart is 2-gallon tank with .020" and .040" precision leaks, calibration interval as specified by State
- Hose Pinching Pliers: Locking needle nose with 3 ft. red flags (2 sets)
- EVAP Line Hose Plugs: Tapered, variety of hoses to accommodate 1/8" to 3/8" ID
- Leak Verifier: Uses small balloon for hose pinch verification, accommodates hoses from 1/8" to 3/8" ID