information and price
You could be
leaking thousands of dollars
worth of compressed air and not even know it!
|Our New Ultrasonic Leak Detector can help determine if you are or not.
compressed air leaks can result in HUGE ENERGY SAVINGS
Example: Consider one small leak that is equivalent to a 1/16" dia.
hole. At 80 PSI, it consumes 3.8 SCFM.
If you are not sure about your air cost, a reasonable average would be $.25
per 1,000 SCF.
|Dollars consumed per hour = SCFM consumed x 60 minutes x cost/1,000 SCF
3.8 x 60 x .25/1,000 = $.0571 per hour
= $1.37 per 24 hour period
= $9.59 per week
= $498.68 per year
(more than enough to recoup the cost of the detector)
THAT’S FOR JUST 1 LEAK!
|In this example, 2 leaks would be $997.36, 3
leaks would be $1,496.04 and so on and so
|Most plant noises are in the normal range of human hearing, but turbulence
created by air forced through a small orifice (a leak) generates ultrasonic
sound which is NOT audible.
|New Ultrasonic Leak Detector will help you locate compressed air system leaks
in noisy industrial environments by converting the ultrasonic “white noise”
generated by the leaks to a frequency that can be heard (using headphones) and
indicated on an LED display.
|Finding these leaks is a two step
+ FIRST, it is necessary
to filter out as much background noise as possible
|+ SECOND, you need an
instrument to convert the ultrasonic noise to a range that is audible
The detector will convert any turbulent flow to a frequency that can be heard
(using the headphones provided) and will activate the LEDs on the detector
scale (1-10). The closer the detector gets to the leak, the louder the sound
and the greater the number of lit LEDs
|The Ultrasonic Leak Detector does
all this PLUS it’s quick, easy and safe to use!
Simply aim detector in the direction of a suspected leak (from up to 20 feet
|The Ultrasonic Leak Detector is also good for locating costly leaks in:
steam, refrigeration & vacuum systems and arcing in electrical systems