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Trace A Leak Septic Dye Test Tablets

SKU# - SDTX
Trace A Leak Septic Dye Test Tablets are highly potent septic leak dye tablets for use in tracing water, sewage, or septic systems. The dyes are safe, non-toxic, and biodegradable.
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Trace A Leak Septic Dye Test Tablets -

Use Water Test Dye for Testing Septic Systems and Flow Studies

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Trace A Leak Septic Dye Test Tablets are highly potent septic leak dye tablets for use in tracing water, sewage, or septic systems. The dyes are safe, non-toxic, and biodegradable.


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The Trace A Leak Septic Dye Test Tablets are available in brilliant yellow green, red, or blue.

The fluorescent green and red can be detected with an ultraviolet light or by a fluorometer; the blue does not have these characteristics.

Place one or two water leak detection dye tablets in closet bowl or sink.  Run water through the plumbing system. 
 
Tablets will dye water and allow you to view leaks in the plumbing system or determine if the septic field is saturated by probing the area.

Economical
 
Easy to Use
 
Tablets dissolve quickly - 1 to 3 minutes.

Dilution rate: one tablet per 60 gallons of water equals 1 ppm concentration in clear water.
 
Contains 100 tablets per bottle.
 
PLEASE SPECIFY COLOR ABOVE: (Yellow-Green, Red, or Blue)

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Click Here  For Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) - Yellow Green Fluorescent Tablets

Click Here  For Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) - Red Dye Tablets

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    • Weight
      0.55 lbs
    • SKU
      SDTX3
  • Manufacturer
    Presto Dyechem
  • Select Color
    Yellow-Green, Blue, Red

Product questions

  • DEBRA
    11/01/2023, 03:41 PM

    I want to test a leak in a pipe that collects rain water from a down leader from my roof and goes to a pipe that leads to the sewer. The opening to the pipe which may be cracked is on the second floor and the leak is in the basement. In the basement the pipe comes in through a brick wall and the water comes in around where the pipe enters the basement.

    How do I prevent the color from be washed away by the time I get from the opening of the pipe to the basement? It leaks during heavy rain when the flow is very fast and I am thinking... wont the color be diluted out quickly? before I make it to the basement? Also how do I prevent the tablet from being washed down the drain pipe before it dissolves?

    Administrator
    11/02/2023, 10:43 AM

    There is a chance you will have too much flow for the color to come through. Powder dissolves faster and colors more water. That may be a better route for you.

  • Mike
    09/27/2023, 10:03 AM

    How long will the dye be visible and what causes the dye to disappear? Is it light activated or time sensitive?

    Administrator
    09/27/2023, 10:11 AM

    The dye will be visible until it is diluted or flushed away. It is not light activated or time sensitive.

  • Kevin V.
    03/23/2023, 12:53 PM

    Will this work to see if my sewer line going out of the house is leaking into my ejector pit which is close by in the basement which does get some ground water dripping into it. If so how many tablets should be used?

    Administrator
    03/23/2023, 12:57 PM

    Yes it will work. The amount you use would depend on how much you think is reaching the pit. Over doing it won't hurt anything.

  • Bruce Kasper
    02/28/2023, 06:55 PM

    Safe for toilet bowls that aren't on a septic system?

    Administrator
    03/01/2023, 08:42 AM

    Yes they are.

  • Pattie Cooper-Jones
    08/10/2022, 01:42 PM

    How many tablets per toilet/tank do you put in the tank?

    Administrator
    08/11/2022, 09:31 AM

    Typically 1 to 2 tablets per toilet.