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Supercharged Leakshooter Detector

19-10-2020
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 Super-charged Leakshooter Detector

The LeakShooter LKS 1000–V2+ is an ultrasonic compressed air, gas and vacuum leak detector with a camera.

It is capable of finding all leaks even the smallest, including those no bigger than the size of a syringe needle, at a distance of 15 metres.

When it comes near a leak, a yellow target appears on the large colour screen and turns red and shrinks as it approaches the source of the leak.

When the device is facing the leak, a cross appears in the centre of the target.

 Specialising in Test & Measuring Equipment 1800 358 531 sales@rapid-tech.com.au

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