Product Features and Description
About the S3000 Smoke Leak Detector
Our S3000 smoke leak detector is equipped with a pressure gauge and an adjustable flow meter. This allows for controlled smoke output and the ability to estimate the leak’s size based on changes in the gauge value. By heating mineral or baby oil into smoke and pressing it into a sealed pipeline system, it generates abundant smoke within 30 seconds, thus improving diagnostic efficiency.
Some of the key features of the S3000 smoke leak detector include:
- Wide range of applications: Suitable for detecting pipe system leaks in cars, motorcycles, snowmobiles, off-road vehicles, ATVs, light trucks, and speedboats. It is designed to work with all car makes and models.
- Powerful and easy to operate: This smoke machine comes with its own air pump and doesn’t rely on an external air source. Simply connect the detector to a DC12V battery, and it can output lots of smoke within 30 seconds of activation.
- Advanced technology: Designed to work effectively on the EVAP system.
- Overheat & Anti-frost protection: The device includes a smart protector. If it exceeds its working limit (for example, over 75℃), it will automatically power off.
- Three-year warranty: We offer a free renewal service for any non-man-made damage.
S3000 Advanced Technology
The S3000 includes tests for various system leaks, such as:
- Crankcase System Test
- Intake System Test
- Car Sealing Test
- Fuel Tank System Test
- Turbo System Test
- EVAP System Test
- Exhaust System Test
- Various Pipe Fittings Test
Here are the specific details about the S3000:
- Output Pressure: 7-12 PSI
- Output Flow: Power Supply: 12V automobile Battery 6Amp
- Air Pressure Output: Built-in air pump
- Test Oil Capacity: 10-20ml
- Length of Power Cord: 2.5 Meters
- Length of Smoke Hose: 2.5 Meters
- Package Weight: 2.3kg/5 lb
- Main Unit Dimensions: 7.28*5.11*3.34 inch
- Package Dimensions: 12.2*9.44*4.52 inch
How to Perform a Leakage Test?
Follow these steps to perform a leakage test:
- Turn OFF the vehicle’s ignition. It’s essential to perform leakage tests of vehicle systems with the engine off.
- Detach the air filter and the throttle connections.
- Clean the inner wall of the intake opening to avoid sharp objects. Place the Universal Intake Adapter into the opening.
- Connect the Power Cord to the 12V vehicle battery.
- Ensure the Power LED is ON. If not, verify the power supply.
- Insert the smoke nozzle into the system using the Adapter Cone.
- Press the Air Control Switch, wait for 30 seconds until the system is pressurized, and check the Pressure Gauge & Flow Meter reading for leak status. This step applies if the unit is equipped with Pressure Gauge & Flow Meter.
- Press the Smoke Control Switch. Remove and reinsert the smoke nozzle into the Cone Adapter once there’s visible smoke coming out of the smoke nozzle.
- The system will be ready for a leak check in 2 minutes. Use a bright light torch or working lamp to assist.
- After the test, press the Smoke Control Switch again to stop the unit from generating smoke and press the Air Control Switch to stop generating pressurized air.
- Collect the Smoke Hose and the Power Cord with the Velcro Straps for storage. Always keep the unit in an upright position. Do NOT lay it down.