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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.

  • Long Island City, NY 800-230-2636

    Thomas C. Wilson is a global manufacturer of industrial tools and solutions for manufacturing, servicing and cleaning tubes in the full range of commercial and industrial HVAC equipment. We’re your source for heat exchanger tools, boiler tube cleaners, HVAC system cleaners, vacuum leak detectors, chiller tube cleaners, tube expanders, tube brushes, tube plugs, tube pullers and more.

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  • Indianapolis, IN 866-282-4621

    Welcome to ATC, Inc. where leak testing is done with micro-flow technology. ATC was established in 1987 & has since serviced automotive, HVAC, fuel & oil, electronics, medical, pharmaceutical, packaging & other industries with leak detectors & related instruments & systems. We also offer gas flow calibration systems & all our operations are ISO/IEC 17025:2005 certified & A2LA accredited.

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  • Cary, IL 815-680-6086

    DOD Technologies is committed to providing great service and customer care. From inquiry to delivery, our highly skilled team provides exceptional support and accountability to our customers. We offer Service Contracts, Calibration Services, Start Up Services, Field Service & Training and Installation & Design.

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  • Skokie, IL 847-679-3377

    Our leak testers are designed for advanced precision and detection. We are your #1 source for superior leak testers. These products come with unrivaled quality and we guarantee that you will be impressed with these machines. All of our testers are reinforced with the best materials available to ensure the longevity of these items. Our products are fairly priced and extremely dependable.

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  • Montreal, QC 514-342-5656

    Acme offers a full range of wired and wireless gas detection products that will meet the demands of even the most complex HVAC and light industrial applications. Our product offering includes single point units and panels ranging anywhere between 4 to 256 points, remote relay modules for in-situ activation of ventilation and transmitters with operational ranges of 10,000 square feet.

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  • Whitesboro, NY 855-677-5227

    Oneida Research Services, Inc. (ORS) provides analytical testing services such as RGA testing, hermeticity testing, environmental testing, mechanical testing, materials and surface analysis, and component analysis. Industries served include the microelectronics, telecommunications, aerospace, automotive, medical, and defense industries. Testing can be performed at our facility or yours. Contact us today to learn more!

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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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