Helium Leak Detection in Orange County
Professional & Reliable Leak Detection Using Non-Toxic Helium Gas
Most people are familiar with the gas called helium when it comes to making balloons float up into the sky, but they may not know that helium is also quite effective for detecting leaks. Most helium leak detectors consist of several parts, including a spectrometer that is used to detect the mass of helium, a vacuum system to maintain the level of pressure in the spectrometer, a mechanical pump, assorted valves, and controls. Dial One Sonshine offers helium leak detection services along with honest, upfront pricing and expert service.
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What Is Helium Leak Detection?
Helium is a tracer gas that is non-toxic, non-flammable, non-condensable, inert and usually only present in the atmosphere in trace amounts. It is effective for several types of leak detection because it can pass through the leaks easily due to its size. The detector used for helium leak detection is called a mass spectrometer leak detector, and it is used to find and measure leaks in a system or device.
Helium leak detection is useful for finding leaks in many places, such as:
- Vacuum vessels
- Hermetically sealed packages
- Brake lines
- Fuel lines
- High purity piping
- Hydraulic lines
- Heat exchangers
- Storage tanks
Helium leak detection can be used in vacuum systems including vacuum furnaces, electron microscopes, semiconductor process equipment, laser process equipment, and glove boxes. Using this particular gas to detect such a wide range of leaks has proven an effective and efficient way to get the job done.
Experienced & Knowledgeable Leak Detection Professionals
Considering the equipment and technology involved, trusting helium leak detection to our professional technicians is the only way to go. Dial One Sonshine is a reputable company with experience in leak detection of vacuum systems and other systems using helium gas as the medium. We have a proven track record of detecting many different types of leaks, using several different means. While helium leak detection isn’t always the best choice after a full assessment of the situation, having the capability is key. Trust us to perform skillful helium leak detection in Orange County.
Contact Dial One Sonshine at (714) 252-7460 right away if you think you have a leak.