HEAR THE SOUNDS OF LEAKS IN POOLS AND PLUMBING
Hear actual Leak Sounds. When the weight of water in a swimming pool pushes out of a crack, it makes a significant noise. At 8.34 pounds per gallon, the pressure caused by 20,000+ gallons of fluid trying to force it’s way through a leak in a swimming pool can be really loud … when you have the right equipment to listen to it.
Dropping the PoolScope by LeakTronics into a full pool allows a leak detection technician to hear the whooshing that emanates from a leak, and as they get closer, it becomes louder and more apparent. This is how technicians using LeakTronics leak detection equipment can accurately identify the precise location of a leak, in a pool shell, pipes and plumbing or in attached equipment like spas and fountains.
For plumbing lines, using a pressure rig and a combination of air and water, the user can find a leak underground by listening with LeakTronics DeckPlate and Soil Probe. The boiling and bubbling of water escaping a pipe is easy to identify with the right equipment, and LeakTronics professional leak detection kits include that equipment.
HEAR COMMON POOL LEAKS
PVC Pipe Leak
Light Conduit With Pool Scope
Skimmer Seam With Pool Scope
Spa Venturi With Pipe Mic
HEAR COMMON PLUMBING LEAKS
PVC Pipe Leak With Listening Disc
Copper Pipe Under Floor With Deck Plate
Copper Pipe Under Ground With Pipe Probe
Galvanized Water Main Under Soil With Pipe Probe
Copper Pipe 18″ Below Slab
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