The S220 Smoke Pen contains a patented smoke-emitting wick that is
lit with a cigarette lighter or match. The glowing tip emits smoke
for as long as you need. A single wick will emit smoke for
up to half hour, but can be start and stopped by capping and
relighting as needed.
There is no waste; no mess—only safe non-toxic smoke. The unused portion of the wick
stores safely in the barrel of the pen. This reusable product
comes with six wicks, providing a total of three hours of
continuous smoke or about 360 individual 30-second
tests. The S220 Smoke Pen has a long shelf life when
stored in a cool dry location.
I've used the Regin Smoke pen to find air leaks
around my window sashes, sliding doors, door jams, electrical
outlets and switch plates. The thin stream of dense white smoke
reacts to the smallest air movement. The smoke lets you see right
where cold air is leaking in so you can effectively plug the drafts
with a little caulk, spray foam or weather stripping.
I light the S220 wick off my electric stove burner. There's
virtually no odor(nothing even remotely like cigarette smoke or
incense sticks) and there's no ash residue. The mfr says the smoke
is non-toxic- safe- tho I wouldn't want to breath it directly
The Regin smoke pen is just as its name describes. It is about the
length and diameter of a typical writing pen with a smoke-producing
wick coming out the tip, much like a mechanical pencil. It stores
away nicely in your junk drawer or tool box.
Remember, the smoke is created by a burning wick, so be careful
where you set the lit pen down and of course, keep the S220 away
from any flammable fumes like gasoline, natural gas or propane.
The Regin smoke pen comes with 6 wicks. Each wick will burn for
about 30 minutes, so you get around 3 hours of test time with your
original purchase. The smoking wick can be snuffed by replacing the
pen cap, and the remaining wick saved until your next air leak
test. Extra wicks are available in a six-pack, S221.
Today, a customer was describing how he uses his
S220 Smoke Pen when scent-training K-9 dogs. He uses the smoke to
verify direction and speed of air flow over the places where they
hide the scent bags. He says the thin trail of white smoke is very
sensitive to even the slightest air movement which helps him
identify scent trails in calm conditions.
1/12/2010 – How big is the smoke particle? Thanks.
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