At Fluke we believe that there is always a better way to do things.
Today's problem: up to 40% of the world's industrial energy is lost due leaks in compressed air systems. Globally billions of dollars vanish due to energy loss and downtime associated with low air pressure.
Previous methods for locating industrial air leaks were time consuming, required training and worst of all, often required downtime - the very thing everyone works to avoid.
Finally, there is a better way... welcome to the future of leak detection.
Today's solution: Introducing the Fluke ii900 Sonic Industrial Imager
How much could you save if you could see sound?
Introducing the Fluke ii900 Sonic Industrial Imager. See what you can't hear.
“I was questioning some of the leaks the tool was finding, so I sprayed those spots with soapy water and saw that the tool was right, there was a leak where it said it was.”
“We use compressed air everywhere in the plant… for pneumatic drivers, robotic welders, the laser cutter, and powder coat equipment,”
-Joel Hartel, President of Hennessy Industries
The ii900 Sonic Industrial Imager vs. Conventional Ultrasonic Leak Detectors
A side by side comparison
Getting started with the Fluke ii900 Sonic Industrial Imager
See how easy it is to find your first air leak.
Using sound reflections to identify air leaks
Sound reflections are an effective way to locate leaks in difficult locations
Identifying sound reflections vs air leaks
If it moves when you do, it is a reflection
Leak detection distance range with the ii900 Sonic Industrial Imager
See how you can detect leaks from a distance
Who found an air leak faster? Novice vs. Expert
Watch as someone who is new to air leak detection uses the ii900 Sonic Industrial imager and matches skills with a trained ultrasonic inspector
Many compressed air, gas, steam and vacuum systems are compromised by wear and poor maintenance practices, which contribute to the greatest waste of all—the ever-present leaks. Now there is a fast, simple solution for locating these 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
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.
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.
Genie, a Terex brand, is a leading global manufacturer of aerial lift equipment recently found a new weapon to help it combat those pesky and costly leaks.