Pressure Increase leak testing works inversely to pressure decay testing. While Pressure Decay leak testing depends on monitoring loss of air pressure that has already been pumped into the tested part, Pressure Increase leak testing involves determining the speed in which air enters into the component being tested. Notably, this method is capable of detecting leaks as small as 10-4 STD CC/SEC. FTI invites you to explore all the advantages that this testing method has to offer!
Advantages of Pressure Increase Leak Testing
There are a variety of reasons why someone might choose Pressure Increase Leak Testing as their leak testing method of choice. Below we have detailed a few of the primary advantages associated with this method:
Pressure Increase Testing Is an Economical Option
At FTI, we understand the importance of creating cost-friendly options for our customers. Using pressure increase technology, we continue to provide high-quality leak-testing capabilities while presenting our customers with a lower cost solution.
Pressure Increase Leak Testing Is Operator Independent
As an operator independent, pressure increase leak testing benefits our customers by reducing the need for manual labor during the testing process. As a result, pressure increase leak testing has already been implemented in many facilities in order to streamline the leak testing process. Not only does this method consequently eliminate the need for extensive leak testing training, but it also can reduce labor costs as well.
Part Ballooning Does Not Mask The P
An advantage that is unique to Pressure Increase leak testing is that this method of testing is able to utilize part ballooning techniques without the risk of damaging or masking the important elements of the test. As with all of our leak-testing methods, we prioritize accuracy, which is why we are proud to present pressure increase leak testing as an option that will meet your needs.