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Local Leak Detection with a soap solution.

By applying soap solutions or similar, (typically sprayed or painted on) leaks can be located by watching bubbles forming in the leak area.

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Local Leak Detection with Electronic Leak Detectors – Sniffing.

The test object is filled with the search gas or the search gas/air/nitrogen mixture to which the leak detector is sensitive. The leak detector is equipped with a sniffer probe, whereby there is a low [...]

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Leak Testing Based on Vacuum Methods

Evacuate the  system using a vacuum pump. A vacuum pump cannot achieve a vacuum better than the Saturated Vapour Pressure of any moisture (water) or other contaminants that may be in the system or vacuum [...]

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Pressure Rise Method.

System must be evacuated to less than 1.0 Millibar absolute. After the system has been evacuated the vacuum pump should be isolated from the system. As a guide, with constant ambient conditions, the vacuum should [...]

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