Spectroline Water-Glo Fluorescent Dye Blue 16oz (473ml) 801P

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SPECTROLINE is the world's leading manufacturer of ultraviolet technologies and fluorescent leak detection products trusted by companies around the world since 1955. The ultraviolet products and fluorescent dyes are used for preventive maintenance around the world, protecting systems ranging from vehicles to industrial manufacturing operations.

Spectroline UV lamps and radiometers are widely used to verify the structural integrity of military and commercial aircraft. Spectroline fluorescent dyes are used to check for fluid leaks in power plants, nuclear reactors, oil pipelines, and industrial facilities worldwide, and were even used on the U.S. Space Shuttle.

The Water-Glo Fluorescent leak detection dyes reveal all leaks in static and circulating water systems, boilers, storage tanks and other high-volume containers. Ideal for heat transfer fluid system applications, including boilers, chillers, geothermal heat pump systems and many more. According to the Globally Harmonized System (GHS), WATER-GLO is not classified as hazardous.

• For water or water/glycol-based fluid systems.
• Highly concentrated dyes.
• Economical, environmentally safe and friendly and non-toxic to aquatic life.
• Makes leak sites fluoresce blue.
• Pinpoint the exact source of the smallest, most elusive leaks.
• Works with any leak detection lamp.
• Pinpoint leaks in piping, valves, condensers, seals, welds, and fittings.
• Ideal for use as part of a diagnostic/preventive maintenance program.
• Does not change the colour of the host fluid.
• NSF Certified and meet food-grade processing requirements for category codes HTX-2 and HX-2.

Typical Application: Medium to Large Size Systems
1 pint (473 ml) treats up to 500 gallons (1,900 L) of water-based fluid
Use with UV lamps and UVS-30 glass
Made in: USA

1 x 16 oz (473 ml) WATER-GLO® 801 fluorescent leak detection dye

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