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  • #16
    Re: Water Leak Detector

    rick, which one(s) do you have

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    • #17
      Re: Water Leak Detector

      use can look for leak detector on ebay as they deal in it and you may get it on your choices
      you may also look up to flipkart.com
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      • #18
        Re: Water Leak Detector

        Originally posted by jamascott View Post
        I'm also looking to buy a listening device for locating water pipe leaks under the slab. Has anybody had any expiereinece with LEAK PRO (i'm not smart enough to attach a link to there web site).
        From researching the forum it sounds like the best tool is the Metrotech HL5000. They also have a much cheaper HL90 that looks good to me but maybe someone with experience could advise me. I want to spend as little as possible but definetly dont want to end up with something Im not satisfied with.

        Scott

        I have the Leak Pro Probe. It's a very simple tool and I use it often. It has paid for itself many times over and I haven't had it long. I am amazed with how often I actually use it and would buy it again. I will be buying their air injection set up and helium system soon. The company offers extensive training and telephone support.

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        • #19
          Re: Water Leak Detector

          We use the gen-ear in conjunction with an air/nitrogen injection set-up. We have had good luck underground, underslab etc. The tools take a little time to get good with but once you learn they are money makers. We also use the ridgid brick transmittor and locator to trace out water mains and branch lines. It helps to know where the water lines are especially on the more difficult locates.

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          • #20
            Anyone have any experience with deeper water lines? I'm in Winterpeg and the water lines are typically 6-8 feet deep here with clay soil. I'm worried if I buy a leak detector it will be useless.

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            • #21
              A lot of people are raving about Sewerin leak detectors
              http://www.sewerin.com/cms/us/produc...hon-a-100.html

              I know kind of weird a water leak detector company called "sewer in"

              don't have one myself but may pick one up when my subsurface unit needs any work, subsurface are pretty good too but pricey. Pipe that deep and in clay you should consider using a tracer gas like helium. There are other gases also but if you drill holes and inject gas you can narrow it down before the big dig happens.
              Seattle Drain Service

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              • #22
                This is the system I've been using for over 10 years. It has never failed me. http://www.leak-pro.com/

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