20 November, 2019

PINPOINTING COMPRESSED AIR LEAKS

07 June, 2019

Compressed air systems can lose a significant amount of air through leakage. For example, according to the United States ‘Compressed Air and Gas Institute’ (CAGI), the average compressed air system loses 30% of its air through leaks. Locating those leaks has been a time-consuming and tedious process. The new FLUKE ii900 Sonic Industrial Imager can enable maintenance teams to quickly, and visually, pinpoint the location of compressed air, gas, and vacuum system leaks even during peak production periods. Leaks can be detected in a matter of minutes. More information can be found at www.fluke.co.uk/ii900


With minimal training, technicians can identify compressed air leaks considerably faster than using traditional diagnostic methods. Now checking for air leaks can be performed during the typical maintenance routine. Click here for the full release.

www.fluke.co.uk




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