Simple Leak Detection that Works


Using fluorescent dyes and ultraviolet technology for leak detection is a simple and easy method that works.
As well as finding leaks, Spectroline fluorescent dyes work as a preventative method to your system and will reveal leaks in the future.

The best method to find multiple leaks in 2 steps.

Step 1: Add/inject fluorescent dye into the system.

Step 2: Use UV lamp to inspect for leaks.

Frequently asked questions

1. How does fluorescent leak detection dye work?

Add or inject the fluorescent dye into the system and let it circulate with host fluid. Once circulation is complete, depending on the size of the system use one of Spectrolines high-quality UV lamps to inspect for leak sites.

2. What is the difference between Spectroline leak detection dyes and other leak detection dyes?

Spectroline are the inventors of fluorescent leak detection dyes, our patent. They are OEM grade and have the highest quality dye to make sure your system is in good hands. No co-solvents are added to their dyes which can cause major system issues.

3. What does the fluorescent dye do once it is in my system?

The fluorescent dyes will work together with whatever host fluid it is being used for.

4. What is the temperature range of our AC dyes?

-80C to 250C

5. What is the temperature range of our AC Sealants?

-40C to 200C

6. How much can leak detection save me?

There are many factors that determine how much you can save, also it can serve as a preventative maintenance protocol.

7. How long does fluorescent leak detection dye take to find leaks?

Depending on the size of your system, it can take anywhere from 5-45 mins.

8. What do you mean by the “eco-friendliness” of the fluorescent dyes?

Spectroline care about your health as well as the health of our planet. The materials used in the dyes consist of completely organic-free fibres. Making their leak detection dyes different from conventional dyes that have co-solvents. Spectroline dyes will fully degrade within half a year and without any harm to nature. Spectroline does not use any chemically aggressive liquids. And finally, UV lamps consume only 10W, which equals the power of a simple light bulb.

9. Can fluorescent leak detection dyes be seen without a UV lamp?

While using Spectroline dyes it is suggested to use a UV lamp in a dark environment to see the smallest fluorescent dye glow