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    over the years i have had, used and lost too many to count. i liked the GE hp 10, i think it was, ran off 120, had a cord. i currently have 3 tif's, so you know why i am looking to buy a new one for the upcoming year!

    last guy i worked for had a d tek, think it was 150 or so from cc dickson when i priced it last year. i was impressed with it, had a fan to circulate the vapor through it, most just sit there and beep

    when i worked at UGA, we had refrigerant monitors in all mechanical rooms for the chillers. i have worked on them, and understand how they operate.

    what is a good one under 200 bucks? boss is buying 2 for the vans and want 2 good cheap ones

    as has been said, good, cheap or fast. you only get 2! i can wait if i have too!!



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    Inficon D-Tek is a damn good leak detector.
    Karst means cave. So, I search for caves.

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    khunter,

    thanks, i think that is the one i used previously


    BTW, i cleaned out my pond 2 weeks ago, one fish went up into the rocks where they like to hide, unfortunately was above the water line i was draining to... told wife i was "going in to get him, no mater how many trips it took to get him out" !!

    she turned the water supply back on, i though it was funny. she did not. got that line from you, thanks!!

    In the land of the blind the one eyed man is King! semper fi

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    lol
    Karst means cave. So, I search for caves.

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    Originally posted by karsthuntr
    Inficon D-Tek is a damn good leak detector.
    I've had mine for two years. It's great! It works so well I plan on using infinicon to replace my existing tools when they wear out. I'm currently preparing to purchase the infinicon shark vac pump as well. Can't go wrong with it.

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