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Leak Tester Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides an extensive list of leak tester manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our website to review and source leak tester manufacturers with our easy-to-use features which allow you to locate leak tester companies that will design, engineer, and manufacture leak testers for your exact specifications. Our request for quote forms make it easy to connect with leading leak tester manufacturers. View company profiles, website links, locations, phone number, product videos, customer reviews, product specific news articles and other production information. We are a leading manufacturer directory who will connect you with the right manufacturers whether you are looking for propane leak testers, automotive leak detectors, or medical leak detectors.

  • Ann Arbor, MI 800-521-2978

    ENMET, LLC is committed to providing gas detection solutions with quality products and services that conform to customer requirements. ENMET specializes in medical air, environmental and industrial health and safety monitoring instruments for a variety of hazardous gas conditions. ENMET’s focus is to provide innovative solutions utilizing sound engineering and quality manufacturing practices that meet ISO 9001-2015 and AS9100D-2016 requirements. Contact us today for more information!

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  • Pittsburgh, PA 800-338-3287

    Since being founded in 1985, Industrial Scientific has sought to make a contribution to this world by helping people return home from work at the end of the day . . . alive. We recognize that, at any given time, hundreds of thousands of people are betting their lives on the collective work we do as a company. Whether you need gas monitors for remote sampling, confined spaces, area monitoring, or personal protection, we have a range of durable equipment backed by our Guaranteed for Life™ warranty to meet your detection needs.

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  • Bloomington, MN 800-769-8370

    Ritchie Engineering Company, Inc. is a leading worldwide supplier of U.S. designed and manufactured tools and equipment for the HVAC/R and automotive industries. We are committed to providing our customers with innovative quality products, ongoing training and education, and superior service. We continually strive for excellence while providing a safe and healthy work environment, and developing and nurturing successful relationships through honesty, trust and respect.

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  • Minneapolis, MN 800-765-3473

    Det-Tronics has been providing proven flame detection, gas detection and hazard mitigation systems for high-risk processes and critical industrial operations worldwide since 1973. The company designs, manufactures and commissions certified SIL 2-capable flame and gas detection solutions. Det-Tronics products carry performance and safety certifications from globally recognized third-party testing agencies and approval bodies.

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  • Erlanger, KY 800-527-6926

    Crowcon protects against a wide range of industrial gas hazards with its single gas and multi-gas monitors for personal monitoring and portable safety applications. With a wide range of sizes and complexities, you can select the right solution depending on the number and type of gas sensors you need and your display and certification requirements. For more information, contact us today!

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

The Resolution That Takes Time

How resolution can effect leak test cycle time. Some time ago we looked at Gage R&R. In that post we suggested that most repeatability studies require a 10% or better repeatability. This is perhaps better expressed as an example. If the leak rate specification for a part calls for a leak rate of 10 sccm then the system must be repeatable to 10 sccm + 1sccm. Because the 10% repeatability encompasses the complete system – part, seals, air lines, valves etc the instrument itself should... Read More

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Leak Testers

Leak testers offer a wide range of methods and mechanisms designed to detect and measure predominantly liquid and gas leaks in industrial, commercial and domestic settings. Food production, medical, automotive and industrial systems frequently use leak testers. Some manufacturers test products and their components before they are released to consumers to ensure quality control.

Unlike leak detectors, leak testers generally do not monitor systems; instead they are used as a diagnostic tool when a given system is running at less than optimal levels. Appliances using refrigerants and methane gases should be tested at the first sign of decreased productivity because the release of these materials can be hazardous to health. Leaking gases can also lead to loss of money and eventually to appliance failure. Depending on the type of leak, the substance can also hurt the environment. As many methods and techniques for leak testing are available, the specifications of the mechanism to be tested should be considered. Pressure decay, mass flow, helium accumulation, vacuum decay and colorimetric development are some of the many testers available. Some of these systems recognize changes in pressure or flow, while others use chemicals to produce visible reactions at the site of a leak.


The most simple leak tester, the bubble test, involves submerging a pressurized test subject in water or coating it in a soapy substance, at which time bubbles emerge from the site of the leak. Although the bubble test is effective and inexpensive, it is not applicable to sensitive equipment. Leak testers should be carefully chosen for more sensitive equipment and situations. Also, testers do not identify the substance that is leaked and so are often used in conjunction with liquid or gas analyzers. These products in the leak detection line are meant for fairly specific scenarios, although leak detectors are more generalized. That is why using leak detectors and leak testers together, produces a well-rounded solution. A variety of methods exist to detect a leak. Gas detectors use a tracer gas to measure the leak based on its ion charge response to the helium or hydrogen they put into the air. Ultrasonic detectors measure the sound waves emitted by gas leaks to locate and identify a leak. Often these detectors are hand held, since leaks usually originate in complex pipe systems that are difficult to maneuver.
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