water and transmission lines leaks can be hard to find and
costly since lines can be in slabs, under pavement and other
expensive structures. Hydrogen Leak Detectors such as the
TLD.500 can be used effectively to locate the leak location
within a three foot circle even under asphalt or concrete. The
Hydro-Lok is also good for finding leaks in swimming pool
installations. The Hydro-Lok system includes the hydrogen
regulator, probe stand, TLD.500 & hose and is priced at $1,499.
Refrigeration Systems in Supermarkets and Big Box Stores
Checking efforts in refrigeration systems in supermarket and
other big box stores having refrigeration systems is important
not only because of cost issues but enviromental ones. The
average food retail store location loses 25% of the refrigerant
in their systems per year(approx. 1000 lbs). By leak checking
the systems, this can be significantly reduced. The TLD.500 can
find small leaks and be cost effective for smaller contractors.
Q. Why use 5%
hydrogren as the tracer gas in my system?
A. Hydrogen tracer gas
is really 5% hydrogen and 95% nitrogen. This is a green label
non-combustible gas that can never become unmixed and be flammable in
any way. Current hydrogen leak detection technology has improved such
that small leaks can be found using this low concentration of hydrogen
tracer gas. This 5% hydrogen mixture can replace helium leak detection
applications as the hydrogen mix is much less expensive and not on any
type of allocation as helium is experiencing.
Applications that are suitable for the
hydrogen leak detector
Applications Leak Checking of:
HVAC Systems Refrigerators
Refrigeration Valves Heat Transfer Systems Vacuum Vessels
Supermarket Cold Displays Inflatables And any other application
where the system can be pressurized and leak checked using a probe
Other Field Applications
Underground Water Lines
Underground Transmission Lines Aboveground Gas Lines and Underground
Gas Lines Aboveground Gas Storage Tanks Refrigeration Systems in
Supermarkets and other Retail Stores with Refrigeration Systems
Swimming Pool Leaks
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