Advanced leak detection

  • 19-Jun-2008 09:45 EDT
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The Uson Sprint iQ multifunction leak and flow tester is designed to test up to four parts simultaneously, using a range of test methods, high-resolution displays, and communication capabilities. A 24-bit analog-to-digital converter enables accurate measurement of minute pressure and flow changes as low as 0.001 psi (0.00007 bar) and flow ratings as low as 0.01 cm3/min (0.00001 L/min). Sprint iQ is available with dual USB ports, RS232 serial port, and optional ethernet. The unit performs various tests, including pressure decay and leak, sealed component leak, volume verification, vacuum decay, and check valve. The device downloads the rate directly into a database of stored records. Features include easy operation and a high-resolution color graphic interface for clear viewing of pressure and flow curves as well as numeric data.

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