WHICH GAS SNIFFER??

Discussion in 'Plumbers' Talk' started by Bit Of Advice, Dec 30, 2007.

  1. Bit Of Advice

    Bit Of Advice New Member

    Hi All

    I am going to buying a new gas sniffer in next few weeks and would appreciate some input as to which are the best ones and good quality..

    I want a good one that will last so i am willing to spend.

    I have been looking at KANE LS1 any thoughts??

    I know some of them start at £40, i have seen the kane on ebay for £140.

    Thanks all
  2. ally1957

    ally1957 New Member

    Swan Vestas never fail to detect gas leaks.
  3. Bit Of Advice

    Bit Of Advice New Member

    Nice one for that.

    Would sooner have the gas sniffer though!!!

    Any ideas best place to go ??

    Thanks for the reply though.

    Adam
  4. ally1957

    ally1957 New Member

    Wait a minute...........you say you're Corgi with 4 years experience and now you're not only asking for advice on gas sniffers but also where you can buy them from ??????.
    I smell a rat here.
  5. Bit Of Advice

    Bit Of Advice New Member

    I am just asking what people prefer and the best / cheapest places to buy them thats all..

    Some places may be cheaper some may be dearer.

    It's no big deal.
  6. Bit Of Advice

    Bit Of Advice New Member

    Did i ask you where to buy them from ???

    NOPE

    I asked which ones people thought were best, and where the cheapest place to go is!!!

    ie special offers etc etc

    Read the post properly before replying.
  7. doitall

    doitall New Member

  8. Bit Of Advice

    Bit Of Advice New Member

    Nice one mate.

    Will have a look in a bit.

    Cheers.
  9. Bit Of Advice

    Bit Of Advice New Member

    Cheapest prices i have seen up to now.

    Nice 1
  10. ally1957

    ally1957 New Member

    Cheapest prices i have seen up to now.

    Nice 1


    Nice 2 C U 2 C U Nice
  11. Bit Of Advice

    Bit Of Advice New Member

  12. sparkss

    sparkss New Member

    Gascoseeker MK 2 same as what the NG TSE's use good piece of kit
  13. ally1957

    ally1957 New Member

    Well googled sparkss !
  14. ally1957

    ally1957 New Member

    A snip at £1400
  15. sparkss

    sparkss New Member

    not googled :) used to have one but without the PPM on it used it for when entering confined areas, tunnels ect, you sometimes find them floating around on ebay, from teh ex transco engneers
  16. ally1957

    ally1957 New Member

    Can always rely on the specialists from the electrical profession to come up with the goods when called upon.
    Down to them having two brains compared to their plumbing counterparts one I always say. Good egg old boy.
  17. sparkss

    sparkss New Member

  18. Bit Of Advice

    Bit Of Advice New Member

    Helps if you have shopped about recently for one doesnt it..
  19. Bertsboy

    Bertsboy New Member

    Be aware that if you are intending to use this instrument at work you will need to know how to interpret the readings and it will have to have a calibration cert.

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