The Easier, More Economical Way to Locate Water Leaks

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The Easier, More Economical Way to Locate Water Leaks

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The Gen-Ear LE from General Pipe Cleaners provides a simple, more economical water leak locator with stronger sound amplification than competitive systems offer. 

Gen-Ear LE can pinpoint water leaks in residential and commercial water lines — including problems in walls and under concrete slabs, swimming pools and hot tubs.  

General’s compact amplifier fits easily in the palm of your hand, providing noise-free amplification with built-in, preset audio filters to eliminate settings guesswork.  

High performance headphones with noise cancellation also block interference from ambient noise. And when released, an amplifier safety button mutes sudden loud noises.  

Gen-Ear LE’s advanced acoustic ground sensor accurately detects the gurgling or hammering of water escaping from cracked pipes under concrete, asphalt or tile. Probe rods pinpoint problems beneath soft surfaces like grass or carpet, and the magnetic attachment locates above ground pipe or hydrant leaks.  

For especially hard-to-find leaks, the Sound Amplification Module adds air to the line, increasing water pressure and amplifying leak sounds to aid precise problem location.  

Two AA batteries power Gen-Ear LE for 20 or more hours. To extend battery life, the system automatically shuts down when headphones are removed. The power light blinks to indicate low batteries.  

For more details, contact the Drain Brains at General Pipe Cleaners at 800-245-6200, visit www.drainbrain.com or email info@drainbrain.com.



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