Supplier: Matheson Tri-Gas, Inc.
Description: Exceeds MIL-L-25567D Type I & II, ASME
- Leak Test Method: Bubble Testing
Supplier: 3M Electronics Design & Manufacturing
Description: no residue upon evaporation. This unique combination of properties makes FC-84 liquid an ideal fluid for many electronics applications, including quality and reliability testing. Fluorinert liquid FC-84 conforms to Military Specification 883 as a detector fluid in bubble tank or negative ion
- Type / Function: Circulating Coolant (Anti-freeze / Secondary Refrigerant), Specialty / Other
- Chemistry / Constituents: Synthetic / Semi-synthetic, CFC / Chlorofluorocarbon
- Applications & Features: Electrical / Electronic, Low / Non-foaming
- Applications: Electrical / Electronic
Supplier: Erdmann Corporation
Description: . No Packing Gland or Packing No more packing gland adjustment required or stem packing leakage problems for improved control of fugitive emissions. Positive Leak Tight Closure Bubble tight closure is provided in accordance with MSS SP-88. In-Line Maintenance Easily maintained when required for reduced
Supplier: UE Systems, Inc.
Description: a valve leak, an alarm is activated. IV. A food producer automatically washes large tanks with an internal spray wand. A sensor mounted on the outer wall detects the spray of water as it hits the interior wall. A localized indicator signals a ” no-wash” condition. V. An Electric
- Instrument Type: Condition Monitor / Fault Detector, Flaw Detection
- Form Factor: Monitoring System
- Technology: Acoustic Emission, Air / Structure Borne, Ultrasonic
- Condition Monitored / Fault Detected: Electrical Faults / Condition, Mechanical Faults / Machine Condition, Process Faults / Condition, Other
Supplier: Delta Controls Ltd.
Description: . Available 6,000 psi and 10,000 psi versions, a slimline and compact 2 valve manifold (vent port plugged as standard). The ‘V2R’ model, utilises metal to metal seat and body to bonnet connection for superior, bubble tight sealing capabilities at both extreme pressures and temperatures
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co-ax valves inc.
MK series valves - New PowerTube™ technology
Pendell, PA (September 2007) – Co-ax valves' PowerTube ™ technology is built into each of its MK series valves. The fast (25 milliseconds depending on size) bubble-tight positive shut off is ideal for applications where leaks simply cannot be tolerated, or where leak-testing is a prerequisite. The co-ax MK 10 is available as a normally closed, or, normally open valve. And because the valve is engineered to accommodate pressure imbalances in either direction there are no check valves... (read more)
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Plast-O-Matic Valves, Inc.
Dependable, Repetitive, Bubble-Tight Sealing
Series CKM Self-Closing Thermoplastic Check Valves. Features/Benefits: Patented Design: Self-sealing - they are not dependent on gravity, mounting position or reverse flow, a significant improvement over ball check valves. Silent Operation: No internal sliding or loose parts to slam or vibrate, chattering is eliminated!. Dependability: Leak-free sealing protects against the potential hazards created by reverse flow of corrosive liquids such as acids, caustics and chlorine solutions. Repetitive... (read more)
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Tescom-Emerson Process Management
VT Series 3-Way Valve - Compact, Versatile
Applications: Component pressure cycle testing. Two source selector valve. Fill and dump applications (e.g. airbag canister filling, gas spring filling). Emergency shutoff. Features & Benefits: 1/4" & 3/8" ports. Cv = .75. Balanced main valve. Optional solenoid valve. 2 positions, 3-way. Stainless Steel or Brass body construction. Leak tight integrity - Class VI shut-off (bubble-tight). Pneumatic and hydraulic applications (read more)
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ERG Materials & Aerospace Corporation
Open Cell Metal, Carbon & Ceramic Foam Materials
are a three-dimensional, perfectly packed array of similar sized bubbles where each bubble has the maximum volume for the minimal surface area and surface energy. Given these common physical constraints, each bubble in the array is typically a 14-faceted polyhedral or solid shape called a tetrakaidecahedron. Once the foam is solidified, the thin membrane in each of the 14 facets or windows is removed by a reticulation process, creating an "open cell", and leaving only the thick outer perimeters of the window... (read more)
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ERG Materials & Aerospace Corporation
Carbon Foam Electrodes, Open Celled
and Destructive Testing (DT) methods that can be employed to quantitatively characterize the Duocel ® foam materials. Some of these tests include airflow, stress/strain, corrosion, X-ray, filtering, salt and leak testing. Applications limited only by your imagination. How will you use it?. Common Applications Include: • Porous Electrodes. • High Temperature Insulation. • High Temperature Oven Racking. • Filters. • Demisters. • Storage Batteries. • Scaff olds. &bull... (read more)
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Technical Article: Air Under Water (AUW) - Also known as the "Bubble Test" / Dye Penetrant Leak Test
AUW, also referred to as the "bubble test," may be okay for medium and large leaks, but is poor for SPC and correlation to other leak test methods is almost impossible. AUW can be used to detect. Air Under Water (AUB) - Bubble Test and Immersion Leak Testing. Please Note: You are viewing
Leak Testing (.pdf)
of helium transferred through the part indicating a leak. So why are the valves used in testing important? If the valves being used to control the test are themselves leaking,. then yo u cannot tell if the product under test is leaking. The Dale Advantage. Bubble Tight – The patented poppet design
Technical Article: Automotive Leak Testing
. Automotive. Medical Device. Pharmaceutical. Packaging. HVAC System. Oil & Gas. Aerospace. Industrial / Appliance / Hardware. Analyzing Your Applications. Common Leak Testing Alternatives. Air Under Water (Bubble Test). Pressure Decay / Vacuum Increase Testing. Traditional Mass Flow Meters. Trace Gas Leak
High Throughput Leak Detection
. Information Requests. Product Review. Print Friendly Page. How can you improve leak testing precision and throughput?. Various methods have historically been used to check leaks in systems and components --from bubble tests to rotameters and pressure loss detection. While these traditional methods have
Testing Medical Devices and Package Integrity
bubble. test to a complex helium mass spectrometry test. Before the leak testing methods are. analyzed, however, leak testing itself must be defined. According the Gary Elder,. president of Gary Elder & Associates, a medical device testing firm, leak testing "is the. evaluation of a component
Strength and Integrity: The Basics of Medical Package Testing
. reviewed in ISO 11607 include Internal Pressure Testing (bubble test), Dye Penetration (a visual. test), Gas Sensing (trace gas pressurization) and vacuum leak tests (blue dye test). The FDA has accepted certain test methods produced by industry consensus organizations as. being valid. No further
Seal Strength and Package Integrity Testing for the Food Packaging Industry
of the story. The other half, and equally important, is package integrity testing. There are a number of commonly used physical tests for package integrity, including the visual inspection method ( "eyeballing " the pouch for problems), the internal pressure method (bubble testing), the vacuum leak
Medical Device Link . Electrical Testing and Environmental Screening of Hybrid Microelectronic Devices
leak detector, which measures the rate at which the helium is escaping from the package. A maximum allowable rate has been established that determines whether a part is passing. Gross leak testing repeats the eight-hour pressurization, replacing the helium with an inert liquid. The part