This is used for applying a Genny signal directly on to utilities.
This 33′ (10m) lead, wound on a convenient spool, is used to extend the direct connection lead earth return connector, when a local earth point cannot be reached or is not suitable.
This metal stake is inserted into the ground to provide an earth return path for the Genny signal.
The Flexrod reel holds 197′ or 394′ (60m or 120m) fibreglass rod used for tracing pipes and ducting etc. The rod is used to propel Radiodetection sondes which can be located and traced with a Radiodection Locator or Cable Avoidance Tool
This clamp is used to apply a Genny signal to a specific cable or pipe. This is particularly useful where direct connection is not possible, or on live cables when these cannot be de-energized. Available in 2′ (50mm), 4′ (100mm), 5′ (130mm) and 8.5′ (215mm) diameters.
This kit includes the most common Genny connection accessories: direct connection lead, earth extension lead, earth stake and high-strength neodymium magnet.
This accessory is used to apply the Genny signal to live cables.The Live Cable Connector may only be used by
Use this brass fitting to attach a Radiodetection sonde onto a standard cane or drain rod with a 10mm female thread on one end and a ¾ inch male standard cane rod thread.
Designed for use with Radiodetection sondes, this pulling eye makes it easier to feed a Genny through piping equipment.
The S13 Super Small Sonde is designed to be used for tracing the paths of non-metallic pipes, ducts, sewers and drains, and in the precise location of blockages and collapses.
Offering a compact size for small diameter applications, the Radiodetection S18A sonde can be attached to a flexrod for locating pipes and ducting etc. The S18A Sonde has a location depth of up to 4m and a 33kHz frequency.
The S6 MicroSonde is a very small transmitter designed to allow operators to trace and detect blockages in even very small buried pipes and ducting.