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Leak Detection Services

Tracer Gar Leak DetectionLeak Detection Specialists engineers use tracer gas to accurately find and locate water leaks to 1 square meter. The tracer gas used to find water leaks is a safe mixture of hydrogen and nitrogen. The tracer gas containing hydrogen, which is the lightest and smallest molecule in the atmosphere, will exit at the leak point and make its way to the surface where it is detected using gas sensitive detection probes. Hydrogen, at 5% in a balance of nitrogen has the smallest and lightest molecules so permeates all surfaces including concrete, tarmac, block paving and grass, rising quickly to the surface. A non-invasive leak detection technologyTracer Gas permeates all surfacesAccurately locates leaks quicklyNon-destructive leak detection technology Thermography Leak Detection  Using modern Thermal Imaging technology a leak can be located on a burst pipe behind obstacles with minimum disruption and no damage to your property.
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Customer Testimonials

Our customers depend on Leak Detection Specialists to provide reliable, professional customer service. We do our best to meet and exceed their high standards. Here's what our customers say about our team.

Mrs G Crayford-Venn, Aylesbury
Thank you very much, Lee was fantastic.
(Date: 03.06.2013)

John Murrells, Berkshire
Firstly, I wanted to let you know that Russell attended promptly this morning and conducted a thorough diagnosis of the apparent water leak. Given the size of the property, this took some time. He was extremely methodical, courteous and was careful to keep soft furnishings clean etc.
Using several techniques, he was able to locate the source of the leak to an underfloor CH feed pipe, laid under screed in a hallway cupboard. We were able to verify this after having excavated a small area. I'm convinced that there would have been no way of finding this leak without the assistance of Russell and the resultant damage would have been so much worse. Please pass on my t…

Case Study Pegasus House Bristol

Leak Detection Technology finds the leak at
PEGASUS HOUSE, Filton, Bristol
The Client Emcor working on behalf of Miller construction employed Leak Detection Specialists to locate a leak on a recently installed fire main at there site in Bristol. Pegasus house in Filton is one of Bristol's most historically significant buildings.
The site is currently under going a redevelopment along with the construction of the new head office for BAE air bus.

The Problem The pipe line had been pressure tested at various stages of its installation around the site. All of the tests had been passed until recently when a section of now buried pipe work has failed water pressure tests. The area was covered in compacted road stone in readiness for essential surfacing works.

The Solution LDS Leak Detection Specialists Ltd offer a leak detection service providing a non-destructive solution to finding leaks in any pipe work in both domestic and commercial properties. In contrast to traditional methods of la…