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Featured in the brochure are high-intensity corded UV lamps such as the MAXIMA ML-3500 and BIB-150P, as well as cordless, rechargeable LED flashlights such as the OPTIMAX 3000 and OPTIMAX 365.

Also covered are new leak detection kits specially designed for the industrial market, including the OPK-340 and the OPK-341. The OPK-340 kit is ideal for finding fluid leaks in pipelines, hydraulic equipment, compressors, turbines, engines, gearboxes, fuel systems and other oil and water-based systems. The OPK-341 detects leaks in oil-based systems, including synthetic and petroleum-based lubricants and fluids.

The brochure also features specialized tools, such as the Marksman ultrasonic diagnostic tool and the COBRA Series of multi-purpose borescopes. Rounding out this section is the PRO-Alert, a portable electronic refrigerant leak detector with heated-diode sensor technology.

Also included is information about a complete line of fluorescent dyes used to locate industrial fluid leaks.

For a free copy of the Spectroline brochure, call toll-free 1-800-274-8888 or download it at www.spectroline.com

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