The Spectroline® TRITANTM 365 (Part No. TRI-365HA) is a powerful, multi-LED, broad-beam UV leak detection lamp. When used with Spectroline® fluorescent dyes, it pinpoints fluid leaks in a wide range of industrial systems such as hydraulic equipment, compressors, engines, gearboxes, fuel systems and much more.

The TRITAN 365 features three ultra-hi-flux UV LEDs for fluorescent leak detection, plus a white light LED for general component inspection in dimly lit areas. The lamp’s broad-beam profile provides extra-wide area coverage - 45 inch (114 cm) diameter at a 20-foot (6.1 m) distance - making it ideal for quick leak checking of large surface areas.

Extremely compact and lightweight, the TRITAN 365 weighs just 16 ounces (454 g). The lamp’s compact head gets into cramped areas larger lamps can’t reach. A three-way rocker switch allows easy control of the light sources and a lightweight, angled lamp body ensures fatigue-free inspections. Instant-on operation allows the lamp to reach full intensity immediately! The lamp provides twice the output of conventional 150-watt lamps and has a 100,000-hour LED service life.

Also available is the TRITANTM 365M (Part No. TRI-365MHA) portable, battery-operated AC/DC lamp kit. Along with the TRITAN 365 UV lamp, the kit includes a rechargeable NiMH battery pack, AC and DC cord sets, a smart AC charger and UV-absorbing glasses. All components are packed in a convenient carrying case.

For more information, call toll-free 1-800-274-8888. Outside the U.S. and Canada, call 516-333-4840. Website at www.spectroline.com.

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