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ADI Leak Detection

ADI Leak Detection

ADI Leak Detection is a proven Non Destructive Testing (NDT) method that is used to trace and locate leaks in complex systems found in a variety of specialized industries. It is performed to ensure that the integrity, performance, reliability & safety of these systems are preserved.

Leaks in pressurized water lines, sewer lines, and pool & spa water lines can often go unnoticed for a long period of time but can have catastrophic consequences if left unattended. Using ADI leak detection methods, we can find these leaks, trace their locations and repair them with minimal disturbance or disruption to the system.

Unlike traditional leak test techniques, which are performed on the product during a specified full test time period, ADI leak detection uses a software application to capture, store and analyze leak test results during the test. The software application is configured to generate an adaptive leak test report based on the measured leak flow rate during the test.

The Benefits of Using ADI Leak Detection Services for Your Home or Business

The ADAPTIVE LEAK TEST REPORT provides information about the product under test that enables it to be classified as acceptable or unacceptable. If the actual measured leak flow rate during the test is higher than the predicted leak flow rate, then the product is classified as unacceptable.

The adaptive leak flow rate is calculated by a leak determination engine 206 in response to the measured leak flow rate during the test, and a leak report generator 208 generates the leak report based on the calculated adaptive leak flow rate. The leak report can include the actual measured leak flow rate, the predicted leak flow rate, and a “Leak Diff” which is a percentage of the difference between the actual measured leak flow rate and the predicted leak flow rate.

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