When creating a vacuum, it is crucial to ensure the integrity (‘tightness’ or the absence of leaks) of the system. This ensures product and operator safety, maintains the vacuum, helps meet environmental and quality standards as well as process efficiency. Without this, the vacuum simply cannot be supported.
This makes vacuum leak detection a pivotal part of any vacuum system operation. However, with the wide range of leak detection methods available, from bubble or foam-spray tests to Helium leak detection methods, it can be difficult to asses which method is most suited to your application.
In our eBook, you will be able to learn more about:
- The importance of obtaining a leak-tight system
- The different methods available for detecting vacuum leaks
- The advantages and disadvantages of different vacuum leak detection methods
- Working principles, measurement methods and challenges of Helium leak testing
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