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TTI, Inc.: Gas Leak Detector

August 8, 2001
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The Mini Gas Sniffer from TTI, Inc. is a hand-held hydrocarbon gas leak detector that is highly sensitive, rugged and accurate. The unit's LED scale and beeper effectively pinpoint small leaks in piping, and inaccessible areas can be reached with the 8-in. long flexible probe. The Mini Gas Sniffer uses solid-state sensors with improved sensitivity, low power combustion and extended long life. The unit, which operates with either alkaline or NI-MH rechargeable batteries, can detect gases such as methane, butane, propane and LPG.

For additional information, call (800) 235-8367 or (802) 863-0085, fax (802) 863-1193, e-mail sales@ttiglobal.com or visit http://www.ttiglobal.com.

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