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Try INFICON Leak Detectors at Upcoming Exhibitions

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Product Application Story

Leak Testing of Infrared Housings

Infrared cameras are used in a variety of applications, among them security and environmental protection. Such cameras need to be ruggedized and also have to withstand immersion into water. They cannot be both reliably and time-effectively tested for leaks using conventional methods such as water bath. Damage to electronics and time wasted to clean up and dry the cameras are just a few of the inconveniences that occur with conventional methods, but they can be fully avoided by changing to tracer gas leak testing. More »

Application News

New Whitepaper Robotic Leak Testing

The robotics market is continuously expanding into new applications. Also more and more leak testing applications are carried out with robotic support. The new whitepaper explains in detail what to consider when planning the implementation of robotic leak testing in your leak testing process. More »

Tips & Tricks

Upgrade Your Refrigerant Leak Detector and Have Access to New Refrigerant Gases

Legal requirements worldwide restrict and ban the use of common HFC (hydrofluorocarbon) such as R404A, R410A and R134a in refrigeration and air conditioning equipment. New gases with lower global warming potential (GWP) and better energy efficiency are replacing common refrigerant gases in a wide range of applications, including residential, commercial and industrial air conditioning and heating. INFICON multi-gas and refrigerant leak detectors are ready to detect several new gases with lower GWP. Read details and how to upgrade here. More »