Full-Spectrum Fluorescent Dye Pinpoints Leaks

Press Release
Thursday, January 03, 2013

Tracerline Dye-Lite All-In-One full-spectrum fluorescent dye easily pinpoints leaks in all oil-based fluid systems on marine vessels, including engine oil, fuel and hydraulic fluid.


All-In-One dye ensures optimum leak detection on marine vessels because it actually contains two distinct fluorescent dyes. One dye fluoresces best under ultraviolet light and the other under blue light. So whatever type of inspection lamp is used, All-In-One dye is sure to produce a brilliant fluorescent glow!   


All-In-One dye is highly concentrated, requiring only half the dosage of most competitive dyes. To use it, just add the dye and allow it to circulate through the marine vessel’s fluid system. The dye escapes with the host fluid through even the tiniest leaks. When the system is scanned with a high-intensity UV or blue light inspection lamp, the dye fluoresces a bright yellow-green, revealing the exact location of every leak.

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