Leakator Jr.

Leakator® Jr

 

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A multi-purpose, hazardous location-certified combustible gas leak detector
  • Detects all combustible gases with excellent sensitivity and no calibration required
  • Sensor located in the probe tip for ultimate sensitivity, fast response and easy changing
  • Visual and audible indicators for clear leak identification
 

The Leakator® Jr is an ideal instrument for pinpointing combustible gas leaks in a number of residential, commercial and industrial applications, including gas pipeline surveying and valve, regulator and gas meter inspection. It uses a long-life (5 years typical) sensor and is easy to operate with one hand, giving you a dependable, easy-to-use tool.

 

The Leakator® Jr has a long, flexible neck for detecting leaks in hard-to-reach areas, an LED and audible sound for confirming the presence of leaks, and an automatic balance feature for finding leaks in backgrounds where target gas is present. It is UL 913 certified for hazardous locations, and comes with a 2 year warranty including sensor.

 

Gases Detected

All hydrocarbons/combustible gases, including but not limited to: acetone, acetylene, benzene, butane, ethanol, ethylene oxide, gasoline, hexane, hydrogen, industrial solvents, methane, methanol, naptha, natural gas, paint thinners and propane

Sensitivity

Low sensitivity mode: 50 ppm methane

High sensitivity mode: 20 ppm methane

Response Time

1 second

Leak Indicators

Visual (red/green LED) and audible (via internal speaker)

Automatic Background Adjustment

Yes

Power

4x AA batteries

Run Time

14 hours typical (alkaline batteries)

Size (H x W x D)

Unit: 6 x 2 x 1.5 in. (15.3 x 5 x 3.8 cm)

Probe: 12 in. (30.5 cm)

Weight

6 oz (170 g) with batteries

Sensor Life

5 years (typical)

Operating Conditions

32 to 104 °F (0 to 40 °C), 15 to 70% RH (non-condensing), 1 ATM

Warm-up Time

1 minute (approximate)

Approvals

CE mark

UL 913 Class 1, Division 1, Groups A, B, C & D

Warranty

2 years (including sensor)