SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Redline Detection, the industry leader in heavy duty diagnostic leak detection equipment, today launched their fire industry division. Redline is demonstrating the new Air Brake NanoLeak Finder at Firehouse World, Booth 1045, in San Diego. Redline will be giving away a YETI cooler each day of the show. Attendees should stop by Booth 1045 for a chance to win, no purchase required.
Firehouse World is the leading event serving today's fire-service leadership with the range of products, technologies, and education necessary to prepare them for the urban, rural, and wildland challenges.
During Firehouse World, Redline is demonstrating new, groundbreaking air brake leak finder equipment that gives a foolproof green or red, pass or fail, indicating in one minute whether emergency vehicles have air brake leaks. The machine then pinpoints 100% of leaks in under 10 minutes, ending unreliable, messy, time-consuming soapy water searches. At only 18 lbs, the compact, portable, professional grade Air Brake NanoLeak Finder™ comes with all accessories needed to go to work.
“Redline equipment is the choice of the world’s most respected truck and apparatus manufacturers. We have experienced incredible response to this new technology, thousands of emergency vehicle technicians are telling us that air brake leaks have been a huge problem and that they are thrilled with this solution. Redline is honored to support these brave firefighters and their teams. We look forward to being a part of Firehouse World,” said Alex Parker, Executive Vice President of Redline.
About Redline Detection
Redline Detection LLC, headquartered in Orange, Calif., develops and manufactures the world’s best-selling diagnostic leak detection equipment. From the world’s leading OEMs to individual technicians, Redline Detection has built a global fan base for its professional grade custom diagnostic solutions, as well as for its ability to increase the bottom line. To learn more about Redline Detection and its award-winning products, please visit www.redlinedetection.com.