Gas Leak and Smoke Detectors
HOW TO SMOKE TEST A CHIMNEY!
NFPA 211 (Sec.3-1.6) and National Fuel Gas Code (sec. 8.6) REQUIRE TESTING of new solid flue chimneys and gas appliance installations, but just to be SAFE older systems should be tested periodically.
Designed to test drafts on gas appliances, chimneys and new liners. Short duration, clean, neutral white smoke. Also useful to test smoke alarms or find leaks around windows and doors.
Perfect for residential hearth testing. Encapsulated for easier handling and easy clean-up. Easy to light every time! Better odor, before and during use. Ideal volume and duration for chimney and fireplace tests.
Clean, non-acidic and safe. Comes 6 to a resealable tube. Burn Time: 60 sec. Vol.: 23 cu. yds.
Use the attached dauber to apply this sudsy, yellow fluorescent liquid to all possible gas line leaks. If the joint is leaking, bubbles will form within seconds. Each bottle contains eight fluid ounces.
Use this yellow fluorescent liquid to detect leaks in most pressurized systems.