The automotive powertrain sector is a critical industry that FTI serves. Given the importance of reliability when it comes to powertrain components, we do our part as a leak test provider to supply you with proper equipment to conduct these vital tests. Using cutting edge solutions, FTI offers a selection of powertrain component leak tests to choose from.
Multiple Methods for Powertrain Component Leak Testing
With a substantial list of leak tests to choose from, you may be asking yourself, “Which powertrain component leak test is right for me?”
With years of experience backing our knowledge, FTI is happy to help our powertrain component customers find the right solution for their needs.
Pressure Decay for Powertrain Components
As one of the most commonly used testing methods, it is important to find a pressure decay leak test provider that is both reliable and efficient. Because pressure decay leak testing is very simple and not expensive, it is the first method to be considered for most powertrain component projects.
Air Flow Testing for Powertrain Components
Air Mass Flow Testing is a technology that can determine the rate in which a fluid or gas leak flows. This testing method can be used for calibration purposes, when powertrain components must meet certain flow requirements. When our customers come to us with large volumes of powertrain parts that need testing, we often recommend air mass flow leak testing.
Helium Accumulation Testing for Powertrain Components
The Accumulation leak test is a testing method used to detect leaks without the use of vacuum chambers. This leak testing method is capable of detecting leaks of greater than 10-6 STD CC/SEC. As a company that is dedicated to powertrain leak testing specifically, we recommend this test for projects that must withstand harsh environments.