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Air Leak Detection

Challenge: How to correctly identify the source and volume of leaking air from a compressed air system.
Myth: The amount of leakage is not significant.

Learn from us: There is no such thing as an acceptable level of air leakage. Leakage is equivalent to throwing money away for no reason. Every plant has leaks in the compressed air system. The degree to which the problem exists determines how much loss is actually being experienced. It's widely known and reported that countless air systems have as much as 35 percent lost air. That's a lot of waste.

Hope Air Systems responds: Hope Air Systems engineers and technicians are equipped with the experience and technology to solve this problem. Compressed air leaks can be detected without interrupting plant processes. With the use of ingenious devices such as a sound detector, Hope Air Systems technicians can locate leaks that would otherwise go undetected by the human ear.

Using its special equipment, Hope Air Systems can assess the leak problem for air compressors, vacuum systems, valve seats, drain traps, tanks and pipes. There are many places to look for leaks and we look at all of them.

Let's listen for leaks: The Hope Air Systems air leak measurement looks at the following:

  • air compressor
  • vacuum systems
  • drain traps
  • receiver tanks
  • pipe lines



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