Launch UK’s new PRO-Series leak detectors

Published:  18 May, 2018

Launch UK has brought two new automotive diagnostic leak detectors to the UK aftermarket that have been specifically engineered for vehicles sold in the EU. As part of the PRO-Series range, SMOKE1 and SMOKE2 are intended for quickly finding leaks in petrol and diesel turbo systems, operating at higher pressure than EVAP models. Both tools support UV detection for small leaks and offer efficient diagnosis when it is needed most, thanks to instant smoke generation and a smart five-minute smoke cycle.
www.launchtech.co.uk

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