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Westbury, NY — Fugitive emissions cause production slowdowns, require expensive repairs and can even lead to environmental contamination. But what if you could hear the problem before you could see it?

Whether you’re “looking” for compressed air leaks, natural gas and propane leaks, vacuum leaks or refrigerant leaks the Spectroline®MDE-2000NC Marksman™II ultrasonic diagnostic tool converts and amplifies inaudible ultrasonic sound into audible, natural sound. Now technicians can “hear” even the smallest leaks…before they lead to big concerns.

This cutting-edge tool uses a three step approach to ensure accurate diagnosis

Step 1: The receiver converts inaudible ultrasonic sound into audible sound using heterodyne circuitry.

Step 2: Sound Signature Technology “fine tunes” the audible sound into the natural sound emitted by the leak itself.

Step 3: The unit’s 5-LED signal intensity indicator and audible alarm then pinpoints the exact source of the problem, while an Internal Noise Control (INC) feature shuts out ambient noise sources.

The Marksman II comes complete with: an ultrasonic receiver, full-sized/heavy duty noise-canceling headphones,a hollow air probe (to isolate leak sources in cramped places), a solid contact probe (to find component wear in internal parts and motors), and an ultrasonic emitter (to locate faulty seals, gaskets and weatherstripping in doors, windows, ductwork and other non-pressurized enclosures). The whole kit is packed in a sturdy carrying case.

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For more information, visit the website at www.spectroline.com.

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