Refrigerant Recovery & Vacuum Pumps

Fieldpiece MR45INT

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  • Easy and fast refrigerant recycling
  • Smart, variable speed one horsepower DC motor which accelerates during vapour recovery
  • Water and rain resistant


The Fieldpiece MR45INT Refrigerant Recovery Unit is designed for air conditioning and refrigeration with the highest vapour reclaim rate performance. 

The MR45INT has an onboard system that adjusts motor performance to handle liquid and run twice as fast on vapour.

This refrigerant reclaim unit also steps up low voltage at the power plug to deliver full power to the motor where high voltage drop is a problem. With a powerful 1HP motor and super-sized condenser, this machine excels on longer and hotter jobs. 

The easy-to-read display, lightweight (10kg), straight hose connection ports, and single dial make this machine user-friendly while being tough enough for everyday use, even in the rain.


Minimises liquid slugging and maximizes vapor recovery. Optional cylinder over-fill sensor. Extra large condenser cools faster, especially on hot days.


Easy access ports and lightweight at only 10kg. Easy hose connections and built in power cord storage. Large backlit display with status messages.

Smooth operation

Starts and runs easily with lower voltage min. 190Vac. Protected from voltage drop.


Backlit dual LCD

Pressure sensor range

-76 cmHg to 4100 kPa

High pressure shut-off

3850 kPa, nominal

Resolution and units

1 psig, 25.4 mm Hg, 0.05 bar, 0.01 Mpa, 5 Kpa, 2 cmHg

Final recovery vacuum

38 cmHg


Dual cylinder reciprocating

DC motor

1 HP (variable smart speed) [ 0.745 kW ] 3000 RPM

Power source

190 to 255 VAC @ 50Hz 1 phase

Max current draw

7.0 AAC


Single dual-route ball valve

Input port filtration

9 mm mesh screen, stainless


376 mm x 250 mm x 344 mm





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