Photos are from a LeakTronics contractor from South Texas. After using a combination of the deck plate and pressure rig, a leak was found in the skimmer line where it was cut through by a decking contractor. Notice the slits in the second picture.
Different materials make it harder to see structural cracks. When looking at the stone veneer of the front of this spa, it’s hard to see the horizontal structural crack. Look where the stone meets the tile on the right side of the picture. You can see where the crack extends into the tile. The leak at [...]
Leak at light conduit which was heard with the poolscope and a backup test using the videoscope with dye injection. It is never a good idea to block light conduits with epoxy. It is better to pack the conduit with a good quality butyl tape.
A picture of the soil probe being used in conjunction with the leaktronics pressure rig. The pressure rig is designed to induce air and water at controlled ratios allowing the operator to hear a distinct sound in an underground pipe leak
An unusual leak detection. The pool only leaked when the variable speed pump ran on hi speed. The pressure test of the returns only revealed a 3 lb drop in 30 seconds when the pressure was brought above 20lbs which is very unusual. Here’s what happened: the child fence installer hit the line and instead [...]