realized i MUST have one this up coming heating season. Was doing a quarterly on a boiler when a visitor came into the boiler room "it kind of smells like gas" I have known for a wile its difficult for me to smell gas, but now i think i am am totally void of smelling it. SOOOOOoooooo, i need a good brand of gas sniffer. something where i can get in the general area and then bubble or with a high and low settings.
guessing this room has about 1/2 mile of gas pipping so to bubble all the joints would be to much time.
I use an Inificon. I've had 2 years now. Very accurate and reliable.
I have an old Tif, 11 yrs old and still works great. I don't know if new technology has improved on anything. Also have used an ultra sonic detector with good results.
With Trump it is not like you are losing the presidency, you will be gaining a cable channel.
If I win I will put Hilary in jail. If I lose, the system is rigged. Trump's banana republic USA 2016.
Can't wait to see who is the first to say in 2020 we need to nominate a true conservative.
Irish bookie already paying out on Hillary Clinton victory bets
“I’ve said if Ivanka weren’t my daughter, perhaps I’d be dating her.” Donald Trump
I have a backarach but it's garbage so don't get that one. lol
I have one by UEI that I've had for about 10 years and it is one of the better ones I've used. Here's a look: http://www.ueitest.com/product-cd200.html
The tooughest leak I found was so small that the bubbles I was using did not start to bubble until after a few minutes while the detector started screaming within a few inches of the area.
“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I’m not sure about the universe.” —Albert Einstein