Solutions for automotive power delivery leak testing. Combustion engine parts are critical in the Automotive Industry assembly process. To ensure these parts perform as designed they must be leak tested to ensure internal volume integrity.
Gas booster systems produce high-pressure process gas supplies from lower pressure sources, typically boosting a shop air source. Base units provide up to 600 psig pressure output. Options include higher pressure outputs and process gas drying capabilities. Can be configured for single gas or dual gas boosting.
Custom solutions for medical device leak testing equipment. Methods of leak detection used by medical device manufacturers are evolving to meet increasingly stringent quality standards. Testing for leak integrity is critical in the device industry because product failure presents significant hazards to patients and healthcare professionals and liabilities for manufacturers.
The OM Series gas calibrator leaks utilize a precision tapered glass capillary as the leak element. Gases pass through a single orifice, with the leak rate dependent upon size and gas pressure. To prevent clogging of the fine orifice, a unique particle trap is located between the capillary tube and outlet fitting.
Pascal. A modular solution for fuel rails leak testing. Pascal is built from a standard fuel rail leak detection platform, specifically designed for low-and high-pressure fuel rail leak detection applications and is offered as a single or dual chamber configuration. The Pascal allows customers to use the same machine when they change programs; they just roll in and roll out carts with different tooling designs. This system is easy to maintain, and the total cost of ownership is the lowest in the market.
Model No. Pascal. Automotive Modular Fuel Rails Leak Test So
Vacuum Instruments Corporation is a pioneer in providing state-of-the-art leak detection solutions for diverse applications and industries. Our systems have ensured the safety and performance of countless products that we use in our daily lives from the cars we drive to the air conditioners in our houses, the pacemakers in our bodies, and the satellites we launch into space.