We have several EVAP leak detectors that will do the job when you need a system that works for you without a heat source. They can be incredibly helpful when you don't want to have to worry about an explosion or something going wrong with the machine. There is also an included UV light that lights up the dye needed to detect something wrong with the machine. They have a supply hose that can reach 10ft and also a power chord that can reach 10ft. You don't need to worry about carrying it and having it weigh you down; at only 18.5 pounds, it's easily portable. These qualities make this equipment easy to set up and use in minutes, so you get the job done as quickly as possible.
For a higher performance product, consider our professional and master level kits when you need an EVAP leak detector. They have plenty of features to make sure that you will know when there is something wrong with any vehicle. With a built-in micro air compressor that easily detects any issues down to 0.010”, you will always have the reliability and precision you need. You'll love the variable flow control when you need a quality smoke leak detector. It is also lightweight and makes it easy to take with you on the road when you are headed out on a trip.
Whether you are dealing with big issues with a vehicle, or you just wish to have some extra functionality for your garage so you can handle any issue that pops up, keeping a quality EVAP leak detector or smoke leak detector is an easy choice. Look through a few of our products and see what you can find to make sure that every vehicle will be working perfectly. Our high-quality equipment will save you time and hassle, making every job easier!
Frequenty Asked Questions
Q: How do you detect an EVAP leak?
A: The best and easiest way to detect whether or not your vehicle has an EVAP leak is to perform the “smoke” test. All you have to do is blow smoke into the EVAP system and then see if any smoke leaks from a valve, seal, tool, or hose. Even though the process seems straightforward, it’s always better to hire a professional to perform this test to avoid causing damage to your vehicle on accident.
Q: How do you find an EVAP leak without smoke?
A: There are a variety of ways to find an EVAP leak without the use of smoke, including the “vacuum” test, “hand vacuum pump” test, and the “bubble” test. However, it should be noted that using a smoke machine is going to give you the most reliable results. If you aren’t a professional mechanic, don’t try any of these tests on your own; it’s always better to pay a mechanic to diagnose your vehicle than to cause your vehicle damage by experimenting by yourself.
Q: What is an EVAP leak?
A: An EVAP leak is a leak within the evaporative emission control system, which is also called the EVAP. The EVAP’s job is to keep gas fumes from the fuel tank from reaching the atmosphere, preventing air pollution and protecting your vehicle from the dreaded gasoline smell. Driving with an EVAP leak is safe, but you should still get it checked right away if your vehicle has one.