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Trace A Leak Septic Dye Test Tablets

Trace A Leak Septic Dye Water Test Tablets for Water Dye Test

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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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  For Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) - Blue Dye Tablets
    • Weight
      0.55 lbs
    • SKU
      SDTX3
  • Manufacturer
    Presto Dyechem Septic Dye Water Testing
  • Select Color
    Yellow-Green, Blue, Red

Product questions

  • Dick E
    08/14/2020, 02:04 PM

    How many tablets to test for a leak in a 1000 gal septic system?

    Administrator
    08/14/2020, 02:11 PM

    1 tablet per 60 gallons of water equals 1 ppm concentration in clear water. 17 tablets would give you roughly 1 ppm but there is no exact science to testing so as many as necessary to see the color.

  • Barb Tracy
    07/21/2020, 01:42 PM

    I have a leak in my pind dam, I would like to use dye to find the section of the dam that the leak is coming from so I can seal that area. Will this work? Thank you

    Administrator
    07/21/2020, 02:07 PM

    What I would do is mix the tablets in a 5 gallon bucket and slowly pour it in where you think the leak may be and watch for where the color goes.

  • kathy white
    02/28/2020, 01:36 PM

    is this the product you flush down the toilet

    Administrator
    02/28/2020, 02:05 PM

    Yes it is.

  • Vincent Recchi
    03/20/2019, 02:05 PM

    I think that I have a leak in my sewer line leading to the street. I have a damp spot right outside my foundation wall where the pipe exits the foundation. Im looking to buy the correct type of dye and if necessary the right kind of flashlight to see the dye.. Can you help me select the correct product from your websight. Thank You, Vincent Recchi

    Administrator
    03/20/2019, 02:52 PM

    All of our septic dyes are the same compound just in different forms (liquid, tablets, and powder). If you go with the tablets or powder you have to mix it up with water yourself but you can make a larger amount.

    The yellow/green color is fluorescent so you can use a UV flashlight but it is not required. Typically we recommend getting the color that your eye is best at seeing. That varies for everyone and the terrain color makes a difference too.

    If you would like to get a UV light to use with the yellow/green fluorescent dye, here is the url: https://www.toolexperts.com/streamlight-uv-flashlight-twin-task-3c-led-51045.html

  • NORBERT BEISING
    03/18/2019, 11:54 AM

    We like to detect which of several septic systems leaks into our community well. Any experience out there? Can we detect this material in our well if it is not all filtered out in the soil?
    Your answer would be appreciated.

    Administrator
    03/18/2019, 12:21 PM

    Hi Norbert, I think the page below will give you the information you are needing.

    https://inspectapedia.com/septic/Septic_System_Dye_Test_Procedure.php

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