Pretty simple. This one uses a tiki torch wick. Someone he knows made one with
a glow plug for the heat source in the oil to make the smoke.At his work they
use one with nitrogen for anything related to the fuel system.He says fancier
ones have flow meters so one can gauge the rate of leakage and a timer to
control how long the heat stays on.
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Looks like those guys are selling a homemade smoke machine I have seen a bunch
of DIYs for. They do have nicer ones for more money.
I think I may make my own. Doesn’t look difficult. I’m bummed because I just
tossed out an LP regulator I could have used. It had been sitting on a shelf
for years and I got tired of looking at it...
> On Feb 19, 2018, at 12:13 PM, tyee165 via Mercedes <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I got one for my mechanic son last spring. It is a Smoke-Tek Storm. He says
> it works well enough. He was used to using a more industrial version at work
> but this will do the same things. Check eBay.
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> [MBZ] Smokin’
> Thinking about getting a smoke machine for finding leaks. Anyone here have
> one or experience with a particular brand/type?
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