By DE StaffFluid Power Machine Building
EXAIR’s Model 9207 Ultrasonic Leak Detector (ULD) gets upgrade in look and function.
EXAIR announced that its Model 9207 Ultrasonic Leak Detector (ULD), a hand-held instrument designed to locate compressed air system leaks, has received a look and function upgrade. Testing of various unions, pipes, valves and fittings can be performed at distances up to 20 feet (6.1m). High pressure gases create high frequency turbulence when moving into an area with lower pressure, creating an ultrasonic or “white noise” sound that is beyond the range of human hearing. The ULD can detect these vibrations and can be adjusted to filter out background noise in busier plants. This latest model offers a heightened ability to detect leaks in hard-to-reach areas while also complying with the IEC 61326-1 standard that designates its ability to operate in typical electromagnetic environments. The Model 9207 Ultrasonic Leak Detector is CE compliant and comes with a hard-shell plastic case, headphones, parabola, tubular adaptor and tubular extension.