Flashlight Pinpoints Ship Fluid Leaks

Press Release
Thursday, October 04, 2012
Tracerline® OPTIMAX™ 365: Image credit Tracer Products

Tracer Products introduce a cordless, rechargeable enhanced UV leak detection flashlight, theTracerline® OPTIMAX™ 365

When used with the appropriate fluorescent dye, this powerful UV lamp will locate leaks in all fluid systems on marine vessels. The exact location of every leak is revealed by a bright yellow-green glow.

 The OPTIMAX 365 is extremely lightweight and compact, weighing just 11.8 ounces (335 g). Its inspection range is 20 feet (6.1 m) or more. The flashlight has a corrosion-resistant, anodized aluminum lamp body, which will stand up to years of heavy use. 

Powered by a rechargeable NiMH battery, it provides 90 minutes of continuous inspection time between charges; a push of a button turns the lamp on instantly at full power.

The OPTIMAX 365 comes with UV-absorbing spectacles, a belt holster and smart AC and DC battery chargers, all conveniently packed in a padded carrying case.

 

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