The kit features the OPTI-LUXTM 400 violet light LED leak detection flashlight. It has power comparable to high-intensity 150-watt lamps. The unit is compact, lightweight and rechargeable. Its high-output violet light enables dyes to fluoresce more brilliantly and with greater contrast than with standard blue light inspection lamps.

Also included in the kit is a 16 oz (473 ml) twin-neck bottle of patented OIL-GLO® 44 concentrated oil dye, which is compatible with all synthetic and petroleum-based fluids. When a leaking industrial system is scanned with the OPTI-LUX 400, the dye glows a bright yellow/green color to reveal the precise location of all leaks each and every time!

Rounding out the kit is an 8 oz (237 ml) spray bottle of GLO-AWAYTM dye cleaner, a smart charging cradle with AC and DC cord sets, dye treatment tags and fluorescence-enhancing glasses. All components are conveniently packed in a rugged carrying case.

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