It's elementary, my dear Watson. Sherlock Type I Oxygen and Compressed Gas Leak Detector from SkyGeek is specially formulated to go to work quickly, finding leaks and exposing weaknesses. The leak detector contains a neutral solution that can be effectively used to leak-test tanks, lines and cylinders in just seconds. it can be used on any lines or storage components that contain pure oxygen and is non-flammable for added safety. The fun doesn't stop there, the leak detector can also be used to leak test other gas-containing equipment such as pneumatic systems and fuel tanks. Simply apply the leak testing formula to the system you wish to test as described in the instructions and wait. You'll know almost immediately if there are any leaks that you should be worried about.
Sherlock Type I Oxygen and Compressed Gas Leak Detector from SkyGeek is easy to use and does not contain grease, oil or any other substances that can be explosive or flammable when combined with oxygen. This improves safety and allows the leak detecting formula to be used with confidence in a variety of situations. The detector is rigorously tested and approved by commercial and government laboratories for peace of mind and reliable operation. It can safely be used from 35 degrees to 160 degrees Fahrenheit and dries cleanly without leaving any sort of greasy residue behind. See the Sherlock leak detector MSDS for safety information, which can be found on each product page. Please note that Sherlock T1-8S-24 has a one-year shelf life from the date of manufacture.
If you need a reliable leak testing formula, choose Sherlock Type I Oxygen and Compressed gas Leak Detector from SkyGeek. The easy-to-use formula is a favorite amongst pilots and mechanics because of its reliable performance and ease of application. The leak detector is available in several container sizes and quantity pricing is available.
- US Military Specification: MIL-L-25567
- US Military Specification: MIL-PRF-25567E
The Compound shall be applied in a thin layer from bottle tip or brush, in a manner which generates as little foam as possible. Containers are not be reused. When emptied, containers shall be destroyed.