Learning About Leak Testing Systems
Successfully implementing leak testing systems into automated assembly machines can only happen when stated requirements are identified for specific production environments. We configure systems as bench-top instruments, fully-integrated production systems, and automated workstations. Our leak testing gear is designed explicitly to meet our client's unique requirements. When partnering with us, we take many factors into account, such as throughput requirements, degree of automation, machine flexibility, testing methods, and cost. Our team of engineers will build systems that are designed for you.
Our team can successfully implement a full range of testing machines that each function differently.
Air leak testing is amongst our most popular leak testing systems. These systems are perfect for air leak testing methods, which includes:
- Vacuum decay
- Mass flow
- Pressure decay
- Bubble immersion
- High sensitivity vacuum decay
Helium leak testing is the most sensitive, and they can be implemented in various configurations. Common configurations are:
- Helium sniffing
- Helium hard vacuum
- Helium hybrid accumulation systems
- Helium accumulation
Our leak testing systems are ideally suited for these leak testing methods.
Non-helium tracer gas testing includes sniffing and chamber leak testing. Tracer gases are aragon, hydrogen, and refrigerants. The sensitivity of testing methods always depends on the specific tracer gas being used.
For more information on how our leak testing machines can be added to automated assembly machines, please give our talented team of engineers a call.