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Ergonomic tools for leak detection in exchangers, condenser and boilers

By Mary Page Bailey |

Curtiss-Wright EST Group

Curtiss-Wright EST Group

New G-160 tube testing tools (photo) are used for leak detection in heat exchangers, condensers and boilers. The new ergonomic design features simple one-handed push-button actuation, patent-pending grippers and durable lightweight cast-aluminum housing. Up to 10 tubes per minute can be tested using less force, which increases operator safety. G-160 Tube Testing Tools are capable of testing tubes ranging in size from 0.28–1.81 in. (7.1–46 mm). The tools also feature a durable corrosion-resistant powder-coated finish — Curtiss-Wright EST Group, Hatfield, Pa.

www.cw-estgroup.com/g160  

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