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New CO2 Leak Detector by AccuTools

06/30/2009 2:35 PM

Are you still using soap & water to find carbon dioxide leaks? How's that been working out for you?

The soap method works, but not accurately or quickly.

CO2 leaks are costly and potentially hazardous, and traditional leak detection methods are just as costly in terms of productivity and time.

The ergonomically designed eL-720 fits comfortably in you hand. Operating for 20 hours on four standard 'AA' alkaline batteries, its long-life sensor will quickly detect concentrations of carbon dioxide gas as low as 400ppm over ambient. False alarms are eliminated due to its high selectivity.

The eL-720 is excellent for servicing carbon dioxide refrigeration systems, beverage delivery systems, and any general purpose leak detection application where compressed carbon dioxide can be used as a test gas. Applications include CO2 refrigeration service, carbonated beverage delivery systems, wineries, breweries, bakeries, bulk CO2 manufacturing, distribution, and service, general leak detection (using CO2 as a test gas), and many more.

Additional information on the eL-720 may be obtained by directly contacting Core Enterprises, Inc., (954) 227 – 0781. www.AccuTools.com. 3650 Coral Ridge Drive, Suite 101, Coral Springs, FL 33065

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Re: New CO2 Leak Detector by AccuTools

07/24/2009 3:12 PM

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