UV Lamp spots small leaks in large systems.

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Offering inspection range of 30 ft, MAXIMA(TM) ML-3500 Micro Discharge Light can be used with fluorescent dyes to detect leaks in lubrication, fuel, ATF, power steering, coolant, hydraulic, and air conditioning/refrigeration systems. Model ML-3500RS is connected to fully retractable, self-ratcheting flying reel with 35 ft cord for assembly line inspections, while flood lamp Model ML-3500FL is suited for wider beam inspection. All are available in 120, 230, 240, and 100 V versions.

Original Press Release:

Ultra-High Intensity UV Lamp Spots Small Leaks in Large Systems

Westbury, New York-Spectronics Corporation has developed a state-of-the-art Micro Discharge Light (MDL) ultraviolet lamp that enables plant maintenance technicians to quickly and accurately identify even the tiniest refrigerant and industrial fluid leaks. The ultra-powerful MAXIMA(TM) ML-3500 Series lamps deliver unprecedented power-up to 10 times the UV-A output of conventional High Intensity Discharge (HID) lamps.

The high-performance MAXIMA(TM) ML-3500S can be used with fluorescent dyes to detect leaks in lubrication (gasoline/diesel), fuel (gasoline/diesel), ATF, power steering, coolant, hydraulic and air conditioning/refrigeration systems. It has an inspection range of up to 30 feet and functions efficiently even in direct sunlight!

Also available is the ML-3500RS which is connected to a fully retractable, self-ratcheting flying reel with a 35-foot cord, perfect for assembly line inspections. The ML-3500FL is a flood lamp for wider beam inspection.

All three models are available in 120V, 230V, 240V and 100V versions. Also available is a battery-operated unit, which includes a 12-volt, 7-amp/hr rechargeable battery that will operate the lamp for 2 full hours.

For more information about the MAXIMA(TM) ML-3500 Series lamps, write to Spectronics Corporation, 956 Brush Hollow Road, Westbury, New York 11590.

Our toll-free number is 1-800-274-8888. Website at www.spectroline.com

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