What if there were a leak detection technology that could pinpoint the precise location of a leak from up to 50 meters away? The Fluke ii900 Sonic Industrial Imager, a “gamechanger” in the pursuit of finding compressed air leaks.
Find out how air leak detection equipment prevents downtime for a 150,000 square foot plant that runs approximately 400 tools on compressed air, produced by a 200-horsepower compressor.
How the ii900 Acoustic Imager air leak detector can help you find the root cause of equipment issues and prevent costly downtime.
Learn how acoustic imaging cameras detect leaks, leak source factors and properties, leak type classification and leak rate quantification.
If your compressed air system is under-performing, your connected equipment will be too. Learn how to monitor and prioritize which air leaks to fix using the Fluke ii900 LeakQ mode.
Even the smallest air leaks can compound product and energy waste and lost production time—especially for a production line that cannot function without compressed air to run its tools and processes.
Partial discharge testing and monitoring using a Fluke ii910 acoustic imaging camera. Find how out how to do a partial discharge test procedure.
Maximize your pneumatic tools performance with the Fluke ii900 Acoustic Imaging Camera. Diagnose pressure drop and air flow issues in compressed air lines quickly and easily.
Learn about Fluke acoustic imaging camera technology. Behind the scenes interview with Fluke engineer who led the development of this new ultrasonic leak detection technology.
Partial discharge definition. Learn how partial discharge occurs, causes of partial discharge and 4 main types of partial discharge.
Everything you need to know about how to use the Fluke ii900 acoustic imaging camera. Learn about the easy-to-use acoustic camera features and functions as well as tips for getting the most out of the tool.
Testing medical gases and piping systems in healthcare facilities and hospitals presents multiple challenges for maintenance teams. Learn why efficient leak detection is critical.