Aquatest T10

The AquaTest T10 is a test rod with innovative technology and ergonomic design. Its strengths lie in the prelocation of leaks in water pipe networks. The AquaTest T10 is the first test rod from SEWERIN for which no additional receiver is necessary.

Listening to the noises is activated not by the usual key but by a special sensor field. The visualisation of the noises that are picked up is delivered to a display incorporated in the handle. In the product variant with the SDR radio module, the test rod can be used with the radio headphones. This means no more

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Principal application – prelocation

The high-quality microphone technology employed in the AquaTest T10 permits first-class sensitivity in picking up noises. Even tiny leaks are reliably detected by the test rod. If the test rod is used on objects that lie deeper under the surface, extensions can easily be screwed on between the probe tip and microphone. Individual optimisation of acoustic results is assisted by the option of selecting reception of eight different frequency bands. In scanning mode the flow noises at the fittings can be sampled simply by placing a thumb on the sensor field. This avoids the irritation of continuous noise in the headphones while scanning. The AquaTest T10 display shows the current and previous minimum sound levels, together with the current noise intensity. The minimum sound levels are shown as numeric values; the noise intensity is shown as a bar graph. This gives even less experienced users visual support in deciding whether they are getting closer to a leak.

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Features

  • Innovative combination of electronic amplifier and test rod without cumbersome cables
  • Ergonomic design ensures non-tiring working
  • Robust construction for use outdoors
  • Outstanding noise quality, using high-quality microphone technology
  • Meaningful visualisation of the noises in the display, to support the user
  • No irritating operating noises in the headphones, thanks to the new type of sensor field

 

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