Add dye to system and let it circulate.
(The dye escapes with refrigerant or host fluid and collects at all leak sites)
Scan system with a leak detection flashlight.
(See all leaks glow brightly)
Click and drag to simulate Tracer Products fluorescent dye and leak detection lamp revealing hidden automotive leaks.
It’s a simple fact: circulate refrigerant, oil, coolant, fuel, hydraulic
fluid or automatic transmission fluid and sooner or later leaks will develop.
Leaks are often virtually impossible to find with conventional methods until they result in expensive vehicle failure.
Tracer Products fluorescent leak detection dye change that. Our fluorescent dye quickly locates even the smallest and most elusive leaks, including intermittent and multiple leaks that would otherwise be missed. The Tracer method saves labor, money, and downtime, as well as conserves expensive refrigerant and fluids.
OEM Approved Leak Detection Kits
Tracer Products leak detection utilizes a simple method that has only two basic parts. A high-intensity Tracer Products ultraviolet lamp is teamed up with the appropriate fluorescent leak detection dye. The fluorescent dye is added to the system and circulated. The system is then inspected with the lamp. Since the dye collects at all leak sites, the lamp will show the precise location of every leak with a bright glow. The dye can remain in the system indefinitely and does not affect system components or performance.
- Finds leaks undetectable with other methods, even leaks smaller than 1/8 oz. per year!
- Safe, easy, no guesswork, saves time and labor
- Verifies repairs, eliminates reworks
- Ideal for preventive maintenance and diagnostics
- Reduces downtime and operation costs
- Meets or exceeds SAE standards
- Used and approved by automotive manufacturers worldwide
- Transmission Fluid Leaks
- Air Brake Leaks
- Hydraulics Leaks
- Air Conditioning Leaks
- Coolant Leaks
- Engine Oil Leaks
- Vacuum Leaks
- Tire Leaks
- Compressed Air Leaks
- Wind & Water Leaks
- Power Steering Fluid Leaks
- Fuel Leaks