Video post: a comparison of three gas sniffers

I've done a video comparison of three different gas sniffers. My favorite gas sniffer, aka "combustible gas detector", is currently the TIF 8900. For this video post, I compared a TIF 8800x, a TIF8900, and a RIDGID CD-100. Just watch the video, and I think you'll understand why I prefer the TIF 8900.

If the video doesn't display, click this link to see it: https://youtu.be/PcqzUeRTDN4

Harvey's Gas Leak DetectorFor the record, I don't report gas leaks based on my findings with any gas sniffer; I only use a gas sniffer to quickly locate suspected leaks. I use a liquid gas leak detection solution to confirm the presence of gas leaks.

Bubbles at gas leak

Author: Reuben SaltzmanStructure Tech Home Inspections

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Reuben is a second-generation home inspector with a passion for his work. He grew up remodeling homes and learning about carpentry since he was old enough to hold a hammer. Reuben grew up thinking he was going to be a school teacher because he enjoyed teaching others so much. In a sense, that’s a lot of what home inspections are about, so Reuben truly does what he loves. Sharlene has worked with Structure Tech since 2000 and Reuben has been contributing to her blog since 2008.

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