Stainless steel Diaphragm Listening Sticks incorporating sound enhancing chamber for improved sound resonance, complete with larger ear piece and protective rubber cover. Available as single or three piece construction 4ft and 5ft lengths with straight or angled head.
Wooden Listening Sticks
Sounding Sticks turned from wood are still the preferred tool of many Watermen, these basic, cost effective sticks are a regularly used product from the Lowflo leak detection equipment range.
Diaphragm Listening Sticks
Handy 8" long pocket type stethoscopes of stainless steel and plastic construction for close direct sounding of pipework, also available are complimentary single or three piece stainless steel extension rods of .5mtr and 1.25mtr lengths as attachments to the pocket stethoscope for remote or indirect sounding
Irish Water Rate Change
New Domestic Water Charges
Irish Water wishes to inform domestic customers of the new charges that will now be applied for public water services from 1 January 2015.
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LOWFLO is Hiring
Lowflo - Water Control and Leak Detection is expanding. We are looking for a Leak Technician / Qualified Plumber, for leak repairs, water management and pipe tracing in the domestic,...Read More
Our client, was having difficulty with the local authority as a leak in their building had run up a large bill. The building, being over 200 years old, was a warren of pipes and a leak had not manifested itself within the confines of the building. However, Lowflo, were able to locate the position of the leak within 3 hours and as a result, we have been able to advise our client on how to proceed with repair works. What I found very helpful, was the professionalism, knowledge and all round friendly nature of the Lowflo operative. As a result of this experience, we would be happy to engage Lowflo in future work or to refer other clients onto them.
Murphy McGerr Heffernan - Architectural & Engineering Consultants
“...Lowflo seeked out our leak within hours of arriving at our house...the leak was fixed and the whole system was tested again before they left...”
Colin Barry - Raffeen, Cork.