Times change, technologies change, but the fundamentals of leak testing remain the same – the reliability and repeatability of your test results depend on how well you understand and compensate for testing variables.
The rapid and unexpected growth in the production of alternative drive systems is presenting automakers and their suppliers with a host of leak-detection challenges to ensure vehicle safety and quality.
Helium is in short supply and its cost is rising. Global sources may even run dry by the end of the century. And yet, it remains the dominant choice for trace-gas-based leak-testing on the production line. How can you make the most of this increasingly precious commodity for your critical quality assurance needs?