Leak detection library offered free of charge
Jun 1, 2003 12:00 PM
Spectronics Corp has updated its leak detection library to include information on new tools the company has introduced. Information in this library will help technicians pinpoint all leaks in air-conditioning, refrigeration, hydraulics, fuel, and water systems.
The new Spectroline 24-page color catalog has details on ultraviolet and UV/blue light lamps, fluorescent dyes, and dye injection hardware. One dual-purpose lamp — the Titan Stinger 2 — is both a cordless, rechargeable leak detector and a standard flashlight. Featured are 14 technical tips for making service easier and safer.
The Spectroline six-page, color brochure explains why fluorescent leak detection is the only method that can be used as both a diagnostic tool and for preventive maintenance. It also details various ways for adding solvent-free AR-GLO fluorescent dye to different-size systems.
A special flier covers the Maxima ML-3500 UV inspection lamp, which detects leaks even in direct sunlight. The patented Blue Max Plus telescopic leak detector is suitable for close-up inspections in tight areas, and it has an adjustable service mirror that exposes leaks hidden from direct view. A separate publication describes the BigEZ multi-dose dye injector for adding fluorescent dyes to AC&R systems with a single connection.
For a free leak detection library, contact Spectronics, 956 Brush Hollow Rd, Dept 32, Westbury NY 11590.
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