Ultrasound technology covers a large leak range: pressure or vacuum and any type of gas. It is easily detected by the presence of turbulence, which produces the required ultrasound. Detecting leaks as a preventive measure will provide a safer work environment from all types of volatile gases.
The minimum pressure required for leakage detection is 0,3Bar (or 0,2Bar under circumstances). It’s possible to detect greater or more dangerous leaks from a 15m distance. Once identified, the leak amplitude will be noted on technical reports to be used for cost analysis and environmental impact. This is achieved through the application of special mathematical equations, using cost per KWh for pressured air and cost per 1000lt for special gases.
All data and statistics are saved in a database through CMMS for trending and future use.