TMULD-300 Ultrasonic Leak Detector finds gas leaks in pressurized systems, as
well as checks for air-tightness of seals, tanks, ovens, cars, etc. The range of applications is very broad, so
this is a very universal leak detector.
easy to operate and maintain
leaks in pressurized gas systems – 3 PSI or higher
for air-tightness of seals, when used with ultrasonic transmitter – tanks,
ovens, cars, refrigerators, etc.
for locating failing solenoids, valves and bearings
Indicators are both audio and visual
or windy conditions do not effect proper operation
for battery condition
Amprobe TMULD-300 leak detector finds the ultrasonic noise created by pressure
or vacuum leaks of any gas, regardless of type: CFC's, HFC's, Nitrogen, CO2,
Steam, etc. When it finds a leak an
audible and visual signals are generated to warn a technician of existing leak.
know the leak locator works with pressurized gas systems and there has to be a
pressure of at least 3 PSI. The
TMULD-300 cannot find leaks in pipes or systems hidden behind walls, as the
wall itself block the ultrasonic sound of a leak. You need to have an open access to pipes or
systems in order to find leaks in them.
of gas leak applications include: refrigerant gas leaks, leaks from steam
lines, electrical lines or breakers filled with gases, nitrogen lines in
hospitals, etc. As you can see the range
of applications is very broad.
Amprobe ultrasonic leak detector is powered by field-replaceable
batteries. The instrument has a battery
condition indicator to help you manage power of the instrument.
TMULD-300 comes with an ultrasonic transmitter (UT-300), and the transmitter is
employed, when you need to find leaks from non-pressurized system. By utilizing the transmitter, one can find
leaks in tanks, including underground storage systems, cars, home appliances,
duct systems and many similar applications.
This is so called check for air-tightness of seals or containers.
TMULD-300 box contains:
installed in UT-300 transmitter