Jesse, If you’re planning to put it into professional use, you better be able to defend it. Because one day you well may have to do exactly that. You’re getting some flack (as you should be) because you asked a question you should already know the answer to. By admitting you don’t, your just saying you were to lazy to do the research before you asked. Had you thought for a minute (or done as Mr. Jonas pointed out 5 seconds of google-fu), you’d have asked a different question.
To your OP - The short answer is no, it’s not up to the task. It’s a budget tool, not a professional level tool. Your nose is a better gas sniffer and saves you $60.
Professional grade tools and meters are expensive. If you’re just getting started and trying to save some cash, this is an item I would wait on. The other option is to find a used one. When I got started, I bought an older TIF8800 on e-bay. I think I spent $80. You can find them on there as low as $25. It’s a decent sniffer that will source the leaks.