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Buckleys House, Unit G Concept Court, Shearway Road, Folkestone
CT19 4RG
United Kingdom
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Buckleys (UVRAL) Ltd. was formed in 1926 by the Buckley brothers from Putney, London, to sell ultra-violet ray arc lamps (hence the name UVRAL), used in early photographic production. 
The Hoveman family took over Buckleys in 1942 and the company moved from its Putney base to Hythe (in the south east of England) in 1973. In June 2010 the company relocated to Shearway Business Park in Folkestone.
Since the early 1960′s, Buckleys has specialised in the manufacture of test and inspection equipment. 

Continuous investment in research and development has resulted in the comprehensive range of high/low voltage equipment available today. This includes DC holiday detectors and cable testers, AC spark testers, leak detectors and a range of sub-sea inspection equipment. 

Buckleys has also diversified into fields such as ozone production, anti-corrosion systems, medical equipment and a wide range of embedded microprocessor based systems. The company is ISO 9001 accredited. Renowned for its outstanding product range and proven record of top-class customer care, Buckleys offers customers a prompt, reliable service, worldwide. 
Although predominantly used for flat roof leak detection, our electronic leak detection kits have a variety of applications; from testing geo-membranes and reservoir linings, to testing waterproofing systems used in car park construction and even swimming pools.
Our Dry Roof Pro’ leak detectors can test membrane thicknesses between 16μ and 25.6mm; depending on which model you choose.
The Dry Roof Pro’ exploits the non-conductive properties of roof membranes as an electrical insulator whilst the substrate beneath is conductive. As the detector’s electrode passes over a defect, current flows to earth; triggering the alarm.
Our Wet Roof Pro’ comprises a generator and a detector. The generator creates an electrical field via water on the roof’s surface from a ‘boundary wire’ placed around the test area.

Leaks in the roof membrane allow water to penetrate to the building’s structure; creating a short circuit. Two test probes connected to a detector unit measure a voltage differential and direct the user to the exact location of the leak.
Buckleys’ leak detector kits can survey up to 2,000m2 per day with minimal disruption and without damaging the roof’s surface.

For more information contact us on +44 (0)1303 278888 or sales@buckleys.co.uk