Leaking Detection and Repair

Using the latest proven scientific techniques such as acoustic profiling, thermal imaging, endoscopy or tracer gas technology, our technicians can identify the location of a hidden leak quickly, cost effectively, precisely and with minimal damage to walls and floors.
The camera is capable of very high detection sensitivity. For example, it can detect leaks as small as 0.4 g (0.01 oz) per hour for butane and propane, and 0.6 g (0.02 oz) for ethane, as has been verified in independent laboratory tests conducted at 3 m (10 ft) distance using standard optics.
Such optical imaging using infrared cameras has lifted leak detection and repair to new efficiencies, for which reason it has been dubbed “smart”. The technology provides a number of benefits compared with the standard “sniffer” technology based on the use of a toxic vapor analyzer.
When sniffing for leaks, the inspector has to approach close to the point being inspected. If there is a leak of an invisible but toxic gas, the inspector can be exposed.