ULTRASONIC LEAK DETECTION

ULTRASONICLEAKDETECTION

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Owing to our rich industry experience in this domain, we are engaged in offering Ultrasonic Leak Detection that is rendered by our nimble professionals. Our experts timely monitor all vital components, to avoid ever growing component failures and any production line breakdowns. Provided ultrasonic leak detection service is immensely applauded amongst our customers. Apart from this, we are providing this ultrasonic leak detection service within the promised time frame and at industry leading prices.

 

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Maintaining plant reliability and efficiency can no longer be accomplished only by scheduled, time-based or preventive maintenance procedures. A Real-time monitoring of vital components, which allows a predictive and diagnostic approach to operational control and to maintenance procedures, is the solution to contain the ever-growing cost of component failures, production line breakdowns, and the associated increase in labor costs.

Many industries are implementing quality assessment methods and maintenance programs that are based on the actual condition of components and systems, as obtained from on-site non-invasive testing and condition monitoring. Many failures and leakages that commonly occur in the industrial environment can be identified with ultrasonic technology, a highly effective non-destructive, predictive maintenance method.

 

What Creates Ultrasound?

  • Friction – bearings, gears
  • Impact – valves, pumps
  • Turbulence – gas leaks, vacuum leaks
  • Electrical – arcing, corona discharge

Engineers have always used audible sound as part of the information gathering process to diagnose the operating condition of their machinery. They often use a screwdriver, electronic stethoscope, or even vibration analysis. The audible sounds generated by individual bearings or leaks are difficult to differentiate in a noisy environment where components operate within close proximity of one another. With ultrasound, differentiation is possible. Additionally, ultrasound waves are detectable prior to the audible waves, which helps provide early diagnosis.