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Topic # 138797 16-Jan-2014 21:33 Send private message

Good Evening,

Does anyone in Wellington have a Glass Break tester I could borrow / hire for a few hours? I would be more than happy to pick-up then drop back once I am finished.

Ideally, I would like a Honeywell FG-701, but will take what I can get?

Even better, can someone supply me one to buy?


Thanks,

Brad Wright

 





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  Reply # 968573 17-Jan-2014 01:42 Send private message

Supposedly you can test glass break sensors by filling a glass jar with glass marbles. And shaking or twisting the jar so the marbles rub against the sides of the jar.





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