Restek 22655 Gas Leak Detector

Condition: New Brand new item from stock or on order from manufacturer
1 YEAR MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY
Stock #:
N1143
Status:
Available In Stock (request a quote)
Product Description The Restek leak detector is the industry standard for performance and affordability in handheld leak detectors. It is specifically designed for use with gas chromatography systems. It detects minute leaks of any gas with a thermal conductivity different from air.

FEATURES AND BENEFITS:
- Audible tone indicates the severity of a leak.
- Redesigned circuitry offers 12 hours of operation between charges.
- Detects a broad range of gases; EX rated for use with hydrogen and other explosive gases.*
- Ergonomic, handheld design.
- Rugged side grips for added durability.
- Handy probe storage for cleanliness and convenience.
- Long-lasting battery; up to 12 hours of continuous use.
- Automatic shutoff.
- A convenient carrying and storage case.
- Easy-to-clean probe assembly.
- A universal charger set (U.S., European, UK, and Australian plugs included).

SPECIFICATIONS:
Detectable Gases: Helium, nitrogen, argon, carbon dioxide, hydrogen
Battery: Rechargeable lithium ion internal battery pack (12 hours normal operation)

LIMITS OF DETECTION:
Gases that can be detected Minimum Detectable Leak Rate Indicating LED Light Color:
Helium 1.0 x 10-5 red LED
Hydrogen* 1.0 x 10-5 red LED
Nitrogen 1.4 x 10-3 yellow LED
Argon 1.0 x 10-4 yellow LED
Carbon dioxide 1.0 x 10-4 yellow LED

Gas detection limits measured in atm cc/sec.

Avoid using liquid leak detectors on a GC! Liquids can be drawn into the system and/or into the leak detector.

*Caution: The Restek electronic leak detector is designed to detect trace amounts of hydrogen in a noncombustible environment. It is NOT designed for determining leaks in a combustible environment. A combustible gas detector should be used for determining combustible gas leaks under any condition. When using it to detect hydrogen, the Restek electronic leak detector may only be used for determining trace amounts in a GC environment.