McDantim MV035 Gas Leak Detector
Gas leaks in your beer system can occur anytime and anywhere. And no matter how small or big the leak is, it is important that you deal with it immediately. Imagine this: a leak as small as one-half cubic foot in your beer system that isn't dealt with can waste more gas each day than you would use to dispense two kegs of beer. With McDantim's gas leak detector (MV035), you can find out right away if you have a leak in your keg system and—most importantly—gauge how big the leak is.
It is suggested that, upon installation, you check this nitrogen gas detector first thing in the morning before pouring your first beer or at night after pouring your last beer so that you can be sure that your system is leak-free.
This gas leak detector is great for use as a nitrogen detector and is, therefore, especially valuable in systems with nitrogen generators. Leaks in these systems not only waste gas and electricity, but also kill off compressors. Needless to say, rebuilding or replacing compressors is expensive and troublesome, which is why this McDantim in line leak detector is guaranteed to pay for itself in the long run.
The McDantim gas leak detector or in line leak detector is convenient, simple, easy to install and can help you locate different types of leaks in your beer system.
Aside from making sure that your beer system is free from leaks, you should also take time to clean your beer lines. Here at Rapids Wholesale, we have a complete set of beer line cleaning equipment ranging from beer line cleaning kits to beer line cleaning chemicals.
Details and Features of This In Line Leak Detector
- This in line leak detector from McDantim can tell you in seconds if you have a leak in you beer system and can help you gauge how big the leak is
- A McDantim nitrogen gas detector that can be checked anytime after installation
- Find out right away when the leak requires immediate attention or is hazardous to employees with this gas leak detector
CALIFORNIA PROP 65 WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. For further information, visit their website.