As your preferred provider of production leak testing systems, we provide a wide range of testing methods, including Residual Gas Analysis leak testing. Residual Gas Analysis is capable of detecting leaks as small as E-9 Std cc/Sec. We are dedicated to delivering superior quality and complete customer satisfaction through our testing methods and invite our customers to explore the advantages of Residual Gas Analysis in particular.
Advantages of Residual Gas Analysis Leak Testing
One of the most significant advantages of residual gas analysis as compared to other leak-testing methods is that this method is highly sensitive. While this method does not pinpoint the exact location of leaks, residual gas analysis will detect even the most minute leaks that are present during the analysis procedure.
Detects Tracer Gases Other Than Helium
The Residual Gas Analysis method of leak detection continues to be notable due to its ability to use tracer gases other than Helium. Alternative tracer gases such as Hydrogen or refrigerants, offer a myriad of advantages, such as ready availability and reasonable prices. Additionally, Hydrogen gas in particular is a dry gas that does not require any restrictions on emissions.
Ideal For Sealed Parts
Residual Gas Analysis is an ideal leak detection method for sealed parts. This method requires that tested parts are initially cleaned and completely dried before the testing procedure begins.
Temperature And Test Time Independent
Yet another reason to consider Residual Gas Analysis as your leak testing method of choice is that this leak test is both temperature and time independent. Because this method is not dependent on factors such as temperature and time, Residual Gas Analysis is a leak test that is adaptable to your needs.