We use Ultrasonic Leak Detection method to identify leaks in process lines during start-ups with inert gases like helium, at various pressures. This technique makes use of high-frequency sound waves to detect leaks that may be present in the process lines. The sound waves are transmitted into the process line and the reflections generated by any leaks are used to determine their location. This method is a reliable and effective way to identify leaks in process lines and is commonly used in industrial processes. By using ultrasonic leak detection techniques, companies can ensure the safety and efficiency of their processes and minimize the impact of leaks on the environment.

Our Step By Step Process Includes:


We purged the process line with inert gas, such as helium, to prepare it for the leak detection procedure. This step is crucial in ensuring the accuracy of the results and minimizing the impact of any residual gases on the test.

Sound Wave Generation:

High-frequency sound waves are generated and transmitted into the process line. The sound waves travel through the process line and are reflected by any leaks present, allowing them to be detected and analyzed.

Reflection Detection:

The reflections generated by leaks are detected and analyzed to determine their location and size. This information is crucial in determining the exact location of the leaks and evaluating the extent of the problem.

Leak Location Determination:

The information gathered from the reflection detection is used to determine the location of the leaks. This step involves analyzing the data collected from the reflection detection to identify the exact location of the leaks in the process line.

Report Generation:

A report is generated summarizing the findings of the leak detection procedure. This report includes information on the location and size of the leaks, as well as recommendations for repairs and any necessary follow-up actions.

Leak Repair:

If leaks are found, necessary repairs are made to minimize the impact of leaks on the environment and ensure the safety and efficiency of the process. This step may involve repairing or replacing equipment, tightening connections, or implementing other measures to prevent future leaks.

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