Detect Leaks in Pipes, Tubes, Tanks Using Detector Fluids
Sherlock helps users detect leaks in pipe joints, tube connections, tanks or any system under gas or air pressure. Users simply wipe the surface to be tested with a brush or dauber, squirt on the detector fluid with a squeeze bottle, or spray with a trigger sprayer. Small leaks form white foam in 5 to 60 sec; large leaks form large bubbles almost instantly. The low temperature fluid formulation is designed for finding air and gas leaks at subfreezing temperatures down to -5°F (-21°C). The extra low temperature fluid formulation is designed for finding air and gas leaks at temperatures down to -55°F (-48°C).
Winton Products Co. Inc.