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Restek Electronic Leak Detector

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Don't let a small leak turn into a costly repair—protect your analytical column by using a Restek leak detector.

  • Audible tone indicates the severity of a leak.
  • Redesigned circuitry offers 12 hours of operation between charges.
  • Detects a broad range of gases; EX rated for use with hydrogen and other explosive gases.

Features & benefits include:
  • Audible tone indicates the severity of a leak.
  • Redesigned circuitry offers 12 hours of operation between charges.
  • Detects a broad range of gases; EX rated for use with hydrogen and other explosive gases.
  • Ergonomic, handheld design.
  • Rugged side grips for added durability.
  • Handy probe storage for cleanliness and convenience.
  • Long-lasting battery; up to 12 hours of continuous use.
  • Automatic shutoff.
  • A convenient carrying and storage case.
  • Easy-to-clean probe assembly.
  • A universal charger set (U.S., European, UK, and Australian plugs included).
  • Backed by a one-year warranty, the Restek leak detector is the industry standard for performance and affordability in handheld leak detectors.
Product Restek Electronic Leak Detector
Company Restek
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Restek
110 Benner Circle, Bellefonte, PA 16823 USA

Tel: 1-814-353-1300
Fax: 1-814-353-1309
Email: ics@restek.com



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