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Agilent HLD PR02 Helium Leak Detector With 2.6 m3/h Internal Oil-Sealed DS-40M Rotary Vane Pump, Portable Model, G8610A
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Agilent HLD PR02 Helium Leak Detector With 2.6 m3/h Internal Oil-Sealed DS-40M Rotary Vane Pump, Portable ModelAgilent Part Number PN G8610A The new Agilent HLD PR02 Portable Helium Leak Detector, with internal oil-sealed DS40M rotary vane vacuum pump, combines the simplicity of operation with advanced system intelligence to give you easy access to powerful helium leak testing capabilities with hand held remote control (optional). This multi-function leak detector has single CPU architecture and depending on the model can leak check small parts to large vacuum chambers. The New HLD Leak Detector has a large color touch screen with two home screens and 180 degrees rotation. The setup is 4 times easier than competitive models and has the ability to save numerous recipes for quick recall. The unit setup has six pre-programmed key applications for both new and experienced users. They are: Sniffing, Spray Method, High Sensitivity, Auto Sequencer, PPM Testing and Split Flow. The minimum detectable leak rate available for this unit in vacuum mode is 5 x 10-12 mbar l/s. These Agilent HLD PR02 helium leak detectors operate on 100-120 or 200-230V, 50/60Hz, are designed to be portable (lightweight and easy to carry), with internal 2 CFM (2.6 m3/hr) oil-sealed DS-40M rotary vane vacuum pump, and have Agilent Part Number PN G8610A. FEATURES of the Agilent HLD PR02 Helium Leak Detector Portable Model, PN G8610A: Contains a built-in turbo primary pump Lightweight Internal 2 CFM (2.6 m3/hr) oil-sealed DS-40M rotary vane roughing pump 1.8 l/s helium pumping speed Large 8.4 (213 mm) high-clarity color display, TFT touch screen Minimum detectable leak rate 5 x 10-12 atm cc/s (5 x 10-12 mbar l/s) Lightweight & Portable - Easy to carry Large flat top work surface RS232 and analog interfaces are standard Selectable languages: Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES for the Agilent HLD PR02 Helium Leak Detector: Helium Spray Gun Premium, PN: P1012177 Helium Spray Gun with accessories, PN: P108765 Standard Sniffer Probe, 10 ft, PN: P104104 Standard Sniffer Probe, 20 ft, PN: P105928 Agilent Varian Hand-Held Remote Control, wireless, PN: P105748 Easy to use The 8.4 in. color touch screen has excellent clarity, even at wide angles and intuitive menu structure for easy navigation. The HLD Series Leak Detectors combine the maximum simplicity with advanced expert system intelligence. Fully automated start-up and calibration maximize productivity. Programmable test sequences improve testing efficiency. Powerful (Broad Range of Test Methods)The state-of-the-art spectrometer and vacuum system provide powerful capability, enabling a broad range of test methods for diverse applications. High test-port pressure tolerance allows testing for large leaks. High sensitivity (10-12 Range) for finding the smallest leaks. High pumping speed for helium insures fast response and clean-up times. High-efficiency ion source and beam optics optimze sensitivity. Versatile (Multiple System Configurations)A wide range of options allows for broad configuration flexibility. Primary pump and system mounting options to best suit your needs. Multiple languages and units of measure for worldwide use. Compact, lightweight design enables easy transport with wheels and storage compartment depending on model. Dependable (Robust Design)Robust design innovations allow the HLD Series Leak Detectors to conform to the most rigorous industrial standards and to operate dependably in the most challenging environments. Fast clean-up times enhance overall system up-time. Robust Faraday cup technology delivers high reliability and low cost of ownership. Conforms to CE, UL, and CSA standards, assuring global acceptance. This Leak detector comes in many configurations with rotary vane or dry scroll vacuum pumps (see list and technical specs below) Sold as Brand New and comes with Agilent Varian Manufacture Warranty. The Agilent HLD helium leak detector operating instruction manual and product brochure can be downloaded in PDF format below. Helium Leak Testing BasicsHelium mass spectrometry, or helium leak testing, is a highly precise means of leak detection. This technology was first developed for the Manhattan Project during World War II to locate extremely small leaks in the gas diffusion process.At the heart of helium leak testing is a complex piece of equipment called a helium mass spectrometer. Quite simply, this machine is used to analyze air samples (which are introduced into the machine via vacuum pumps) and provides a quantitative measurement of the amount of helium present in the sample. In practice, a leak, is identified by a rise in the level of helium being analyzed by the machine.Helium leak testing can identify extremely small leaks. For example, our equipment can detect a leak so small that it would emit just two cubic centimeters of helium (or the amount equal to two sugar cubes) in 320 years. While very few applications require this level of precision, this example serves to highlight the accuracy possible with this process.While helium leak detection may appear to be a simple procedure, the process involves a combination of both art and science. The user must ensure the equipment is functioning properly and the process is highly dependent upon the userís experience. Consider this analogy: while anyone with enough money can buy an airplane, learning how to fly one takes a lot of practice. The same is true with helium leak detection-make sure your pilot knows how to fly.Why Is Helium Superior?While many gases are used in leak detection, heliumís qualities provide for superior testing. Having an AMU (Atomic Mass Unit) of only 4, helium is the lightest inert gas. Only hydrogen, with an AMU of 2, is lighter than helium. However, due the hydrogenís explosive potential it is rarely used.Additional reasons why helium is a superior tracer gas: Only modestly present in the atmosphere (roughly 5 parts per million) Flows through cracks 2.7x faster than air Nontoxic Nondestructive Nonexplosive Inexpensive User Friendly Due to these attributes, and its high sensitivity, helium leak testing has gained broad acceptance in a wide range of leak testing applications. Helium Leak Testings two primary testing modes while there are a variety of testing procedures, in general there are:Two primary methods of helium leak testing: Spray Probe Sniffer Probe The choice between these two modes is based on both the size of the system being tested, as well as, the level of sensitivity required.Spray Probe: Provides Maximum SensitivityFor this technique, the leak detector is hooked directly to the system under test and the inside of the system is evacuated. Once an acceptable vacuum is achieved, helium is sprayed discreetly on the outside of the system, with particular attention being paid to any suspect locations. Any leaks in the system, including defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect will allow helium to pass and be readily detected by the machine. The source of any leaks can then be accurately pinpointed and repaired.The spray probe process is used to achieve the highest level of sensitivity. The equipment being used dictates the maximum sensitivity achievable; in Jurva Leak Testings case it is 2x10-10 std cc/sec. This technique does require that the system being tested is relatively leak tight prior to testing, as an ample vacuum is required for testing. However, by using special throttling devices a gross test can typically be performed. The gross test should eliminate any major leaks, permitting the use of increased sensitivity.The following are examples of systems that we test using the spray probe technique: A-bar furnaces E-beam systems Laser systems Metal deposition equipment Distillation systems Vacuum systems Sniffer ProbeFor this technique, helium is purged throughout the inside of system being tested. Due to the innate properties of helium it readily migrates throughout the system and in its attempt to escape penetrates any imperfections, including: defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect. The systemís exterior is then scanned by using a probe attached to the leak tester. Any leaks will result in an increased level of helium nearest the source and be readily detected. Leak sources can then be pinpointed, providing the opportunity for immediate repair and retest.Unlike the spray probe technique, this process is very flexible and can be adapted to meet the needs of any virtually any system in which helium can be injected. There is no practical size limitation. The sniffer probe technique is not as sensitive as the spray probe process, however, due to the amount of helium present in the air (approximately 5 ppm). The maximum sensitivity achievable under this procedure is approximately 1x10-6 std cc/sec. Nevertheless, this process is vastly superior to other traditional leak testing methods, such as: bubble testing, acoustic emission, liquid penetrant or vacuum box testing.The following list is an example of systems that Jurva Leak Testing has tested using the sniffer probe process: Storage tanks (both above ground and below) Floating roofs Underground pipelines Underground cables Aseptic systems (flash coolers, heat exchangers, fillers, etc.) Any vessel/line or system that can be pressurized Specialized Testing TechniquesIn addition to the two primary testing procedures listed above, there are a number of more specialized techniques that can be utilized. Among these techniques, we routinely employ bagging or hooding and bombing. (content nicely written by Jurva Leak Testing, http://www.jurvaleaktesting.com/HeliumLeakTesting.html)

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Product Number: P108467



Price: $23,274.90


Regular Price: $25,861.00



Agilent HLD PD03 Helium Leak Detector With 3.6 m3/h Internal Oil-Free IDP-3 Dry Scroll Vacuum Pump, Portable Model, G8610B
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Arrival: 2 on 2022-03-24


Agilent HLD PD03 Helium Leak Detector With 3.6 m3/h Internal Oil-Free IDP-3 Dry Scroll Vacuum Pump, Portable ModelAgilent Part Number PN G8610B The new Agilent HLD PD03 Portable Helium Leak Detector, with internal oil-free IDP-3 dry scroll vacuum pump, combines the simplicity of operation with advanced system intelligence to give you easy access to powerful helium leak testing capabilities with hand held remote control (optional). This multi-function leak detector has single CPU architecture and depending on the model can leak check small parts to large vacuum chambers. The New HLD Leak Detector has a large color touch screen with two home screens and 180 degrees rotation. The setup is 4 times easier than competitive models and has the ability to save numerous recipes for quick recall. The unit setup has six pre-programmed key applications for both new and experienced users. They are: Sniffing, Spray Method, High Sensitivity, Auto Sequencer, PPM Testing and Split Flow. The minimum detectable leak rate available for this unit in vacuum mode is 5 x 10-12 mbar l/s. These Agilent HLD PD03 dry helium leak detectors operate on 100-120 or 200-230V, 50/60Hz, are designed to be portable (lightweight and easy to carry), with internal 3 CFM (3.6 m3/hr) oil-free IDP-3 dry scroll vacuum pump, and have Agilent Part Number PN G8610B. FEATURES of the Agilent HLD PD03 Dry Helium Leak Detector Portable Model, PN G8610B: Contains a built-in turbo primary pump Lightweight Internal 3 CFM (3.6 m3/hr) oil-free IDP-3 dry scroll vacuum pump 1.8 l/s helium pumping speed Large 8.4 (213 mm) high-clarity color display, TFT touch screen Minimum detectable leak rate 5 x 10-12 atm cc/s (5 x 10-12 mbar l/s) Lightweight & Portable - Easy to carry Large flat top work surface RS232 and analog interfaces are standard Selectable languages: Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES for the Agilent HLD PD03 Helium Leak Detector: Helium Spray Gun Premium, PN: P1012177 Helium Spray Gun with accessories, PN: P108765 Standard Sniffer Probe, 10 ft, PN: P104104 Standard Sniffer Probe, 20 ft, PN: P105928 Agilent Varian Hand-Held Remote Control, wireless, PN: P105748 Easy to use The 8.4 in. color touch screen has excellent clarity, even at wide angles and intuitive menu structure for easy navigation. The HLD Series Leak Detectors combine the maximum simplicity with advanced expert system intelligence. Fully automated start-up and calibration maximize productivity. Programmable test sequences improve testing efficiency. Powerful (Broad Range of Test Methods)The state-of-the-art spectrometer and vacuum system provide powerful capability, enabling a broad range of test methods for diverse applications. High test-port pressure tolerance allows testing for large leaks. High sensitivity (10-12 Range) for finding the smallest leaks. High pumping speed for helium insures fast response and clean-up times. High-efficiency ion source and beam optics optimze sensitivity. Versatile (Multiple System Configurations)A wide range of options allows for broad configuration flexibility. Primary pump and system mounting options to best suit your needs. Multiple languages and units of measure for worldwide use. Compact, lightweight design enables easy transport with wheels and storage compartment depending on model. Dependable (Robust Design)Robust design innovations allow the HLD Series Leak Detectors to conform to the most rigorous industrial standards and to operate dependably in the most challenging environments. Fast clean-up times enhance overall system up-time. Robust Faraday cup technology delivers high reliability and low cost of ownership. Conforms to CE, UL, and CSA standards, assuring global acceptance. This Leak detector comes in many configurations with rotary vane or dry scroll vacuum pumps (see list and technical specs below) Sold as Brand New and comes with Agilent Varian Manufacture Warranty. The Agilent HLD helium leak detector operating instruction manual and product brochure can be downloaded in PDF format below. Helium Leak Testing BasicsHelium mass spectrometry, or helium leak testing, is a highly precise means of leak detection. This technology was first developed for the Manhattan Project during World War II to locate extremely small leaks in the gas diffusion process.At the heart of helium leak testing is a complex piece of equipment called a helium mass spectrometer. Quite simply, this machine is used to analyze air samples (which are introduced into the machine via vacuum pumps) and provides a quantitative measurement of the amount of helium present in the sample. In practice, a leak, is identified by a rise in the level of helium being analyzed by the machine.Helium leak testing can identify extremely small leaks. For example, our equipment can detect a leak so small that it would emit just two cubic centimeters of helium (or the amount equal to two sugar cubes) in 320 years. While very few applications require this level of precision, this example serves to highlight the accuracy possible with this process.While helium leak detection may appear to be a simple procedure, the process involves a combination of both art and science. The user must ensure the equipment is functioning properly and the process is highly dependent upon the userís experience. Consider this analogy: while anyone with enough money can buy an airplane, learning how to fly one takes a lot of practice. The same is true with helium leak detection-make sure your pilot knows how to fly.Why Is Helium Superior?While many gases are used in leak detection, heliumís qualities provide for superior testing. Having an AMU (Atomic Mass Unit) of only 4, helium is the lightest inert gas. Only hydrogen, with an AMU of 2, is lighter than helium. However, due the hydrogenís explosive potential it is rarely used.Additional reasons why helium is a superior tracer gas: Only modestly present in the atmosphere (roughly 5 parts per million) Flows through cracks 2.7x faster than air Nontoxic Nondestructive Nonexplosive Inexpensive User Friendly Due to these attributes, and its high sensitivity, helium leak testing has gained broad acceptance in a wide range of leak testing applications. Helium Leak Testings two primary testing modes while there are a variety of testing procedures, in general there are:Two primary methods of helium leak testing: Spray Probe Sniffer Probe The choice between these two modes is based on both the size of the system being tested, as well as, the level of sensitivity required.Spray Probe: Provides Maximum SensitivityFor this technique, the leak detector is hooked directly to the system under test and the inside of the system is evacuated. Once an acceptable vacuum is achieved, helium is sprayed discreetly on the outside of the system, with particular attention being paid to any suspect locations. Any leaks in the system, including defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect will allow helium to pass and be readily detected by the machine. The source of any leaks can then be accurately pinpointed and repaired.The spray probe process is used to achieve the highest level of sensitivity. The equipment being used dictates the maximum sensitivity achievable; in Jurva Leak Testings case it is 2x10-10 std cc/sec. This technique does require that the system being tested is relatively leak tight prior to testing, as an ample vacuum is required for testing. However, by using special throttling devices a gross test can typically be performed. The gross test should eliminate any major leaks, permitting the use of increased sensitivity.The following are examples of systems that we test using the spray probe technique: A-bar furnaces E-beam systems Laser systems Metal deposition equipment Distillation systems Vacuum systems Sniffer ProbeFor this technique, helium is purged throughout the inside of system being tested. Due to the innate properties of helium it readily migrates throughout the system and in its attempt to escape penetrates any imperfections, including: defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect. The systemís exterior is then scanned by using a probe attached to the leak tester. Any leaks will result in an increased level of helium nearest the source and be readily detected. Leak sources can then be pinpointed, providing the opportunity for immediate repair and retest.Unlike the spray probe technique, this process is very flexible and can be adapted to meet the needs of any virtually any system in which helium can be injected. There is no practical size limitation. The sniffer probe technique is not as sensitive as the spray probe process, however, due to the amount of helium present in the air (approximately 5 ppm). The maximum sensitivity achievable under this procedure is approximately 1x10-6 std cc/sec. Nevertheless, this process is vastly superior to other traditional leak testing methods, such as: bubble testing, acoustic emission, liquid penetrant or vacuum box testing.The following list is an example of systems that Jurva Leak Testing has tested using the sniffer probe process: Storage tanks (both above ground and below) Floating roofs Underground pipelines Underground cables Aseptic systems (flash coolers, heat exchangers, fillers, etc.) Any vessel/line or system that can be pressurized Specialized Testing TechniquesIn addition to the two primary testing procedures listed above, there are a number of more specialized techniques that can be utilized. Among these techniques, we routinely employ bagging or hooding and bombing. (content nicely written by Jurva Leak Testing, http://www.jurvaleaktesting.com/HeliumLeakTesting.html)

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Product Number: P108468



Price: $24,450.30


Regular Price: $27,167.00



Agilent HLD BR15 Helium Leak Detector With 14.2 m3/h External Oil-Sealed DS-302 Rotary Vane Pump, Bench Top Model, G8612A
Out of Stock
Expecting: 1
Arrival: 1 on 2022-03-24


Agilent HLD BR15 Helium Leak Detector With 14.2 m3/h External Oil-Sealed DS-302 Rotary Vane Pump, Bench Top ModelAgilent Part Number PN G8612A The new Agilent HLD BR15 bench top Helium Leak Detector, with internal oil-sealed DS-302 rotary vane vacuum pump, combines the simplicity of operation with advanced system intelligence to give you easy access to powerful helium leak testing capabilities with hand held remote control (optional). This multi-function leak detector has single CPU architecture and depending on the model can leak check small parts to large vacuum chambers. The New HLD Leak Detector has a large color touch screen with two home screens and 180 degrees rotation. The setup is 4 times easier than competitive models and has the ability to save numerous recipes for quick recall. The unit setup has six pre-programmed key applications for both new and experienced users. They are: Sniffing, Spray Method, High Sensitivity, Auto Sequencer, PPM Testing and Split Flow. The minimum detectable leak rate available for this unit in vacuum mode is 5 x 10-12 mbar l/s. These Agilent HLD BR15 helium leak detectors operate on 100-120 or 200-230V, 50/60Hz, are designed to be placed on your laboratory workbench or casework, with external 10 CFM (14.2 m3/hr) oil-sealed DS-302 rotary vane vacuum pump, and have Agilent Part Number PN G8612A. FEATURES of the Agilent HLD BR15 Helium Leak Detector Bench Top Model, PN G8612A: Contains a built-in turbo primary pump Large 10 CFM (14.2 m3/hr) oil-sealed DS-302 rotary vane roughing pump Enables fast pump down of medium sized vacuum systems 1.8 l/s helium pumping speed Large 8.4 (213 mm) high-clarity color display, TFT touch screen Minimum detectable leak rate 5 x 10-12 atm cc/s (5 x 10-12 mbar l/s) No cart supplied - For mounting on a laboratory workbench Large flat top work surface RS232 and analog interfaces are standard Selectable languages: Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES for the Agilent HLD BR15 Helium Leak Detector: Helium Spray Gun Premium, PN: P1012177 Helium Spray Gun with accessories, PN: P108765 Standard Sniffer Probe, 10 ft, PN: P104104 Standard Sniffer Probe, 20 ft, PN: P105928 Agilent Varian Hand-Held Remote Control, wireless, PN: P105748 Easy to use The 8.4 in. color touch screen has excellent clarity, even at wide angles and intuitive menu structure for easy navigation. The HLD Series Leak Detectors combine the maximum simplicity with advanced expert system intelligence. Fully automated start-up and calibration maximize productivity. Programmable test sequences improve testing efficiency. Powerful (Broad Range of Test Methods)The state-of-the-art spectrometer and vacuum system provide powerful capability, enabling a broad range of test methods for diverse applications. High test-port pressure tolerance allows testing for large leaks. High sensitivity (10-12 Range) for finding the smallest leaks. High pumping speed for helium insures fast response and clean-up times. High-efficiency ion source and beam optics optimze sensitivity. Versatile (Multiple System Configurations)A wide range of options allows for broad configuration flexibility. Primary pump and system mounting options to best suit your needs. Multiple languages and units of measure for worldwide use. Compact, lightweight design enables easy transport with wheels and storage compartment depending on model. Dependable (Robust Design)Robust design innovations allow the HLD Series Leak Detectors to conform to the most rigorous industrial standards and to operate dependably in the most challenging environments. Fast clean-up times enhance overall system up-time. Robust Faraday cup technology delivers high reliability and low cost of ownership. Conforms to CE, UL, and CSA standards, assuring global acceptance. This Leak detector comes in many configurations with rotary vane or dry scroll vacuum pumps (see list and technical specs below) Sold as Brand New and comes with Agilent Varian Manufacture Warranty. The Agilent HLD helium leak detector operating instruction manual and product brochure can be downloaded in PDF format below. Helium Leak Testing BasicsHelium mass spectrometry, or helium leak testing, is a highly precise means of leak detection. This technology was first developed for the Manhattan Project during World War II to locate extremely small leaks in the gas diffusion process.At the heart of helium leak testing is a complex piece of equipment called a helium mass spectrometer. Quite simply, this machine is used to analyze air samples (which are introduced into the machine via vacuum pumps) and provides a quantitative measurement of the amount of helium present in the sample. In practice, a leak, is identified by a rise in the level of helium being analyzed by the machine.Helium leak testing can identify extremely small leaks. For example, our equipment can detect a leak so small that it would emit just two cubic centimeters of helium (or the amount equal to two sugar cubes) in 320 years. While very few applications require this level of precision, this example serves to highlight the accuracy possible with this process.While helium leak detection may appear to be a simple procedure, the process involves a combination of both art and science. The user must ensure the equipment is functioning properly and the process is highly dependent upon the userís experience. Consider this analogy: while anyone with enough money can buy an airplane, learning how to fly one takes a lot of practice. The same is true with helium leak detection-make sure your pilot knows how to fly.Why Is Helium Superior?While many gases are used in leak detection, heliumís qualities provide for superior testing. Having an AMU (Atomic Mass Unit) of only 4, helium is the lightest inert gas. Only hydrogen, with an AMU of 2, is lighter than helium. However, due the hydrogenís explosive potential it is rarely used.Additional reasons why helium is a superior tracer gas: Only modestly present in the atmosphere (roughly 5 parts per million) Flows through cracks 2.7x faster than air Nontoxic Nondestructive Nonexplosive Inexpensive User Friendly Due to these attributes, and its high sensitivity, helium leak testing has gained broad acceptance in a wide range of leak testing applications. Helium Leak Testings two primary testing modes while there are a variety of testing procedures, in general there are:Two primary methods of helium leak testing: Spray Probe Sniffer Probe The choice between these two modes is based on both the size of the system being tested, as well as, the level of sensitivity required.Spray Probe: Provides Maximum SensitivityFor this technique, the leak detector is hooked directly to the system under test and the inside of the system is evacuated. Once an acceptable vacuum is achieved, helium is sprayed discreetly on the outside of the system, with particular attention being paid to any suspect locations. Any leaks in the system, including defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect will allow helium to pass and be readily detected by the machine. The source of any leaks can then be accurately pinpointed and repaired.The spray probe process is used to achieve the highest level of sensitivity. The equipment being used dictates the maximum sensitivity achievable; in Jurva Leak Testings case it is 2x10-10 std cc/sec. This technique does require that the system being tested is relatively leak tight prior to testing, as an ample vacuum is required for testing. However, by using special throttling devices a gross test can typically be performed. The gross test should eliminate any major leaks, permitting the use of increased sensitivity.The following are examples of systems that we test using the spray probe technique: A-bar furnaces E-beam systems Laser systems Metal deposition equipment Distillation systems Vacuum systems Sniffer ProbeFor this technique, helium is purged throughout the inside of system being tested. Due to the innate properties of helium it readily migrates throughout the system and in its attempt to escape penetrates any imperfections, including: defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect. The systemís exterior is then scanned by using a probe attached to the leak tester. Any leaks will result in an increased level of helium nearest the source and be readily detected. Leak sources can then be pinpointed, providing the opportunity for immediate repair and retest.Unlike the spray probe technique, this process is very flexible and can be adapted to meet the needs of any virtually any system in which helium can be injected. There is no practical size limitation. The sniffer probe technique is not as sensitive as the spray probe process, however, due to the amount of helium present in the air (approximately 5 ppm). The maximum sensitivity achievable under this procedure is approximately 1x10-6 std cc/sec. Nevertheless, this process is vastly superior to other traditional leak testing methods, such as: bubble testing, acoustic emission, liquid penetrant or vacuum box testing.The following list is an example of systems that Jurva Leak Testing has tested using the sniffer probe process: Storage tanks (both above ground and below) Floating roofs Underground pipelines Underground cables Aseptic systems (flash coolers, heat exchangers, fillers, etc.) Any vessel/line or system that can be pressurized Specialized Testing TechniquesIn addition to the two primary testing procedures listed above, there are a number of more specialized techniques that can be utilized. Among these techniques, we routinely employ bagging or hooding and bombing. (content nicely written by Jurva Leak Testing, http://www.jurvaleaktesting.com/HeliumLeakTesting.html)

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Product Number: P108469



Price: $25,296.30


Regular Price: $28,107.00



Agilent HLD BD15 Helium Leak Detector With 15.4 m3/h External Oil-Free IDP-15 Dry Scroll Vacuum Pump, Bench Top Model, G8612C
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Expecting: 1
Arrival: 1 on 2022-03-24


Agilent HLD BD15 Helium Leak Detector With 15.4 m3/h External IDP-15 Dry Scroll Vacuum Pump, Bench Top ModelAgilent Part Number PN G8612C The new Agilent HLD BD15 bench top Helium Leak Detector, with external Oil-Free IDP-15 dry scroll vacuum pump, combines the simplicity of operation with advanced system intelligence to give you easy access to powerful helium leak testing capabilities with hand held remote control (optional). This multi-function leak detector has single CPU architecture and depending on the model can leak check small parts to large vacuum chambers. The New HLD Leak Detector has a large color touch screen with two home screens and 180 degrees rotation. The setup is 4 times easier than competitive models and has the ability to save numerous recipes for quick recall. The unit setup has six pre-programmed key applications for both new and experienced users. They are: Sniffing, Spray Method, High Sensitivity, Auto Sequencer, PPM Testing and Split Flow. The minimum detectable leak rate available for this unit in vacuum mode is 5 x 10-12 mbar l/s. These Agilent HLD BD15 dry helium leak detectors operate on 100-120 or 200-230V, 50/60Hz, are designed to be placed on your laboratory workbench or casework, with external 9 CFM (15.4 m3/hr) Oil-Free IDP-15 dry scroll pump roughing pump, and have Agilent Part Number PN G8612C. FEATURES of the Agilent HLD BD15 Dry Helium Leak Detector Bench Top Model, PN G8612C: Contains a built-in turbo primary pump Large 9 CFM (15.4 m3/hr) Oil-Free IDP-15 dry scroll pump roughing pump Enables fast pump down of medium sized vacuum systems 1.8 l/s helium pumping speed Large 8.4 (213 mm) high-clarity color display, TFT touch screen Minimum detectable leak rate 5 x 10-12 atm cc/s (5 x 10-12 mbar l/s) No cart supplied - For mounting on a laboratory workbench Large flat top work surface RS232 and analog interfaces are standard Selectable languages: Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES for the Agilent HLD BD15 Helium Leak Detector: Helium Spray Gun Premium, PN: P1012177 Helium Spray Gun with accessories, PN: P108765 Standard Sniffer Probe, 10 ft, PN: P104104 Standard Sniffer Probe, 20 ft, PN: P105928 Agilent Varian Hand-Held Remote Control, wireless, PN: P105748 Easy to use The 8.4 in. color touch screen has excellent clarity, even at wide angles and intuitive menu structure for easy navigation. The HLD Series Leak Detectors combine the maximum simplicity with advanced expert system intelligence. Fully automated start-up and calibration maximize productivity. Programmable test sequences improve testing efficiency. Powerful (Broad Range of Test Methods)The state-of-the-art spectrometer and vacuum system provide powerful capability, enabling a broad range of test methods for diverse applications. High test-port pressure tolerance allows testing for large leaks. High sensitivity (10-12 Range) for finding the smallest leaks. High pumping speed for helium insures fast response and clean-up times. High-efficiency ion source and beam optics optimze sensitivity. Versatile (Multiple System Configurations)A wide range of options allows for broad configuration flexibility. Primary pump and system mounting options to best suit your needs. Multiple languages and units of measure for worldwide use. Compact, lightweight design enables easy transport with wheels and storage compartment depending on model. Dependable (Robust Design)Robust design innovations allow the HLD Series Leak Detectors to conform to the most rigorous industrial standards and to operate dependably in the most challenging environments. Fast clean-up times enhance overall system up-time. Robust Faraday cup technology delivers high reliability and low cost of ownership. Conforms to CE, UL, and CSA standards, assuring global acceptance. This Leak detector comes in many configurations with rotary vane or dry scroll vacuum pumps (see list and technical specs below) Sold as Brand New and comes with Agilent Varian Manufacture Warranty. The Agilent HLD helium leak detector operating instruction manual and product brochure can be downloaded in PDF format below. Helium Leak Testing BasicsHelium mass spectrometry, or helium leak testing, is a highly precise means of leak detection. This technology was first developed for the Manhattan Project during World War II to locate extremely small leaks in the gas diffusion process.At the heart of helium leak testing is a complex piece of equipment called a helium mass spectrometer. Quite simply, this machine is used to analyze air samples (which are introduced into the machine via vacuum pumps) and provides a quantitative measurement of the amount of helium present in the sample. In practice, a leak, is identified by a rise in the level of helium being analyzed by the machine.Helium leak testing can identify extremely small leaks. For example, our equipment can detect a leak so small that it would emit just two cubic centimeters of helium (or the amount equal to two sugar cubes) in 320 years. While very few applications require this level of precision, this example serves to highlight the accuracy possible with this process.While helium leak detection may appear to be a simple procedure, the process involves a combination of both art and science. The user must ensure the equipment is functioning properly and the process is highly dependent upon the userís experience. Consider this analogy: while anyone with enough money can buy an airplane, learning how to fly one takes a lot of practice. The same is true with helium leak detection-make sure your pilot knows how to fly.Why Is Helium Superior?While many gases are used in leak detection, heliumís qualities provide for superior testing. Having an AMU (Atomic Mass Unit) of only 4, helium is the lightest inert gas. Only hydrogen, with an AMU of 2, is lighter than helium. However, due the hydrogenís explosive potential it is rarely used.Additional reasons why helium is a superior tracer gas: Only modestly present in the atmosphere (roughly 5 parts per million) Flows through cracks 2.7x faster than air Nontoxic Nondestructive Nonexplosive Inexpensive User Friendly Due to these attributes, and its high sensitivity, helium leak testing has gained broad acceptance in a wide range of leak testing applications. Helium Leak Testings two primary testing modes while there are a variety of testing procedures, in general there are:Two primary methods of helium leak testing: Spray Probe Sniffer Probe The choice between these two modes is based on both the size of the system being tested, as well as, the level of sensitivity required.Spray Probe: Provides Maximum SensitivityFor this technique, the leak detector is hooked directly to the system under test and the inside of the system is evacuated. Once an acceptable vacuum is achieved, helium is sprayed discreetly on the outside of the system, with particular attention being paid to any suspect locations. Any leaks in the system, including defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect will allow helium to pass and be readily detected by the machine. The source of any leaks can then be accurately pinpointed and repaired.The spray probe process is used to achieve the highest level of sensitivity. The equipment being used dictates the maximum sensitivity achievable; in Jurva Leak Testings case it is 2x10-10 std cc/sec. This technique does require that the system being tested is relatively leak tight prior to testing, as an ample vacuum is required for testing. However, by using special throttling devices a gross test can typically be performed. The gross test should eliminate any major leaks, permitting the use of increased sensitivity.The following are examples of systems that we test using the spray probe technique: A-bar furnaces E-beam systems Laser systems Metal deposition equipment Distillation systems Vacuum systems Sniffer ProbeFor this technique, helium is purged throughout the inside of system being tested. Due to the innate properties of helium it readily migrates throughout the system and in its attempt to escape penetrates any imperfections, including: defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect. The systemís exterior is then scanned by using a probe attached to the leak tester. Any leaks will result in an increased level of helium nearest the source and be readily detected. Leak sources can then be pinpointed, providing the opportunity for immediate repair and retest.Unlike the spray probe technique, this process is very flexible and can be adapted to meet the needs of any virtually any system in which helium can be injected. There is no practical size limitation. The sniffer probe technique is not as sensitive as the spray probe process, however, due to the amount of helium present in the air (approximately 5 ppm). The maximum sensitivity achievable under this procedure is approximately 1x10-6 std cc/sec. Nevertheless, this process is vastly superior to other traditional leak testing methods, such as: bubble testing, acoustic emission, liquid penetrant or vacuum box testing.The following list is an example of systems that Jurva Leak Testing has tested using the sniffer probe process: Storage tanks (both above ground and below) Floating roofs Underground pipelines Underground cables Aseptic systems (flash coolers, heat exchangers, fillers, etc.) Any vessel/line or system that can be pressurized Specialized Testing TechniquesIn addition to the two primary testing procedures listed above, there are a number of more specialized techniques that can be utilized. Among these techniques, we routinely employ bagging or hooding and bombing. (content nicely written by Jurva Leak Testing, http://www.jurvaleaktesting.com/HeliumLeakTesting.html)

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Agilent HLD MR15 Helium Leak Detector With 14.2 m3/h Internal Oil-Sealed DS-302 Rotary Vane Pump on Mobile Cart, G8611A
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Agilent HLD MR15 Helium Leak Detector With 14.2 m3/h Internal Oil-Sealed DS-302 Rotary Vane Pump on Mobile CartAgilent Part Number PN G8611A The new Agilent HLD MR15 Mobile Helium Leak Detector, with internal oil-sealed DS-302 rotary vane vacuum pump, combines the simplicity of operation with advanced system intelligence to give you easy access to powerful helium leak testing capabilities with hand held remote control (optional). This multi-function leak detector has single CPU architecture and depending on the model can leak check small parts to large vacuum chambers. The New HLD Leak Detector has a large color touch screen with two home screens and 180 degrees rotation. The setup is 4 times easier than competitive models and has the ability to save numerous recipes for quick recall. The unit setup has six pre-programmed key applications for both new and experienced users. They are: Sniffing, Spray Method, High Sensitivity, Auto Sequencer, PPM Testing and Split Flow. The minimum detectable leak rate available for this unit in vacuum mode is 5 x 10-12 mbar l/s. These Agilent HLD MR15 helium leak detectors operate on 100-120 or 200-230V, 50/60Hz, are mounted on a mobile cart, with on cart mounted 10 CFM (14.2 m3/hr) oil-sealed DS-302 rotary vane vacuum pump, and have Agilent Part Number PN G8611A. FEATURES of the Agilent HLD MR15 Helium Leak Detector Mobile Model, PN G8611A: Contains a built-in turbo primary pump Large on cart mounted 10 CFM (14.2 m3/hr) oil-sealed DS-302 rotary vane roughing pump Enables fast pump down of medium sized vacuum systems 1.8 l/s helium pumping speed Large 8.4 (213 mm) high-clarity color display, TFT touch screen Minimum detectable leak rate 5 x 10-12 atm cc/s (5 x 10-12 mbar l/s) Narrow design and higly maneuverable Large flat top work surface RS232 and analog interfaces are standard Selectable languages: Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES for the Agilent HLD MR15 Helium Leak Detector: Helium Spray Gun Premium, PN: P1012177 Helium Spray Gun with accessories, PN: P108765 Standard Sniffer Probe, 10 ft, PN: P104104 Standard Sniffer Probe, 20 ft, PN: P105928 Agilent Varian Hand-Held Remote Control, wireless, PN: P105748 Easy to use The 8.4 in. color touch screen has excellent clarity, even at wide angles and intuitive menu structure for easy navigation. The HLD Series Leak Detectors combine the maximum simplicity with advanced expert system intelligence. Fully automated start-up and calibration maximize productivity. Programmable test sequences improve testing efficiency. Powerful (Broad Range of Test Methods)The state-of-the-art spectrometer and vacuum system provide powerful capability, enabling a broad range of test methods for diverse applications. High test-port pressure tolerance allows testing for large leaks. High sensitivity (10-12 Range) for finding the smallest leaks. High pumping speed for helium insures fast response and clean-up times. High-efficiency ion source and beam optics optimze sensitivity. Versatile (Multiple System Configurations)A wide range of options allows for broad configuration flexibility. Primary pump and system mounting options to best suit your needs. Multiple languages and units of measure for worldwide use. Compact, lightweight design enables easy transport with wheels and storage compartment depending on model. Dependable (Robust Design)Robust design innovations allow the HLD Series Leak Detectors to conform to the most rigorous industrial standards and to operate dependably in the most challenging environments. Fast clean-up times enhance overall system up-time. Robust Faraday cup technology delivers high reliability and low cost of ownership. Conforms to CE, UL, and CSA standards, assuring global acceptance. This Leak detector comes in many configurations with rotary vane or dry scroll vacuum pumps (see list and technical specs below) Sold as Brand New and comes with Agilent Varian Manufacture Warranty. The Agilent HLD helium leak detector operating instruction manual and product brochure can be downloaded in PDF format below. Helium Leak Testing BasicsHelium mass spectrometry, or helium leak testing, is a highly precise means of leak detection. This technology was first developed for the Manhattan Project during World War II to locate extremely small leaks in the gas diffusion process.At the heart of helium leak testing is a complex piece of equipment called a helium mass spectrometer. Quite simply, this machine is used to analyze air samples (which are introduced into the machine via vacuum pumps) and provides a quantitative measurement of the amount of helium present in the sample. In practice, a leak, is identified by a rise in the level of helium being analyzed by the machine.Helium leak testing can identify extremely small leaks. For example, our equipment can detect a leak so small that it would emit just two cubic centimeters of helium (or the amount equal to two sugar cubes) in 320 years. While very few applications require this level of precision, this example serves to highlight the accuracy possible with this process.While helium leak detection may appear to be a simple procedure, the process involves a combination of both art and science. The user must ensure the equipment is functioning properly and the process is highly dependent upon the userís experience. Consider this analogy: while anyone with enough money can buy an airplane, learning how to fly one takes a lot of practice. The same is true with helium leak detection-make sure your pilot knows how to fly.Why Is Helium Superior?While many gases are used in leak detection, heliumís qualities provide for superior testing. Having an AMU (Atomic Mass Unit) of only 4, helium is the lightest inert gas. Only hydrogen, with an AMU of 2, is lighter than helium. However, due the hydrogenís explosive potential it is rarely used.Additional reasons why helium is a superior tracer gas: Only modestly present in the atmosphere (roughly 5 parts per million) Flows through cracks 2.7x faster than air Nontoxic Nondestructive Nonexplosive Inexpensive User Friendly Due to these attributes, and its high sensitivity, helium leak testing has gained broad acceptance in a wide range of leak testing applications. Helium Leak Testings two primary testing modes while there are a variety of testing procedures, in general there are:Two primary methods of helium leak testing: Spray Probe Sniffer Probe The choice between these two modes is based on both the size of the system being tested, as well as, the level of sensitivity required.Spray Probe: Provides Maximum SensitivityFor this technique, the leak detector is hooked directly to the system under test and the inside of the system is evacuated. Once an acceptable vacuum is achieved, helium is sprayed discreetly on the outside of the system, with particular attention being paid to any suspect locations. Any leaks in the system, including defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect will allow helium to pass and be readily detected by the machine. The source of any leaks can then be accurately pinpointed and repaired.The spray probe process is used to achieve the highest level of sensitivity. The equipment being used dictates the maximum sensitivity achievable; in Jurva Leak Testings case it is 2x10-10 std cc/sec. This technique does require that the system being tested is relatively leak tight prior to testing, as an ample vacuum is required for testing. However, by using special throttling devices a gross test can typically be performed. The gross test should eliminate any major leaks, permitting the use of increased sensitivity.The following are examples of systems that we test using the spray probe technique: A-bar furnaces E-beam systems Laser systems Metal deposition equipment Distillation systems Vacuum systems Sniffer ProbeFor this technique, helium is purged throughout the inside of system being tested. Due to the innate properties of helium it readily migrates throughout the system and in its attempt to escape penetrates any imperfections, including: defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect. The systemís exterior is then scanned by using a probe attached to the leak tester. Any leaks will result in an increased level of helium nearest the source and be readily detected. Leak sources can then be pinpointed, providing the opportunity for immediate repair and retest.Unlike the spray probe technique, this process is very flexible and can be adapted to meet the needs of any virtually any system in which helium can be injected. There is no practical size limitation. The sniffer probe technique is not as sensitive as the spray probe process, however, due to the amount of helium present in the air (approximately 5 ppm). The maximum sensitivity achievable under this procedure is approximately 1x10-6 std cc/sec. Nevertheless, this process is vastly superior to other traditional leak testing methods, such as: bubble testing, acoustic emission, liquid penetrant or vacuum box testing.The following list is an example of systems that Jurva Leak Testing has tested using the sniffer probe process: Storage tanks (both above ground and below) Floating roofs Underground pipelines Underground cables Aseptic systems (flash coolers, heat exchangers, fillers, etc.) Any vessel/line or system that can be pressurized Specialized Testing TechniquesIn addition to the two primary testing procedures listed above, there are a number of more specialized techniques that can be utilized. Among these techniques, we routinely employ bagging or hooding and bombing. (content nicely written by Jurva Leak Testing, http://www.jurvaleaktesting.com/HeliumLeakTesting.html)

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Agilent HLD MD15 Helium Leak Detector With 15.4 m3/h Internal Oil-Free IDP-15 Dry Scroll Pump on Mobile Cart, G8611C
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Arrival: 1 on 2021-12-20


Agilent HLD MD15 Helium Leak Detector With 15.4 m3/h Internal Oil-Free IDP-15 Dry Scroll Pump on Mobile CartAgilent Part Number PN G8611C The new Agilent HLD MD15 Mobile Dry Helium Leak Detector, with internal Oil-Free IDP15 dry scroll vacuum pump, combines the simplicity of operation with advanced system intelligence to give you easy access to powerful helium leak testing capabilities with hand held remote control (optional). This multi-function leak detector has single CPU architecture and depending on the model can leak check small parts to large vacuum chambers. The New HLD Leak Detector has a large color touch screen with two home screens and 180 degrees rotation. The setup is 4 times easier than competitive models and has the ability to save numerous recipes for quick recall. The unit setup has six pre-programmed key applications for both new and experienced users. They are: Sniffing, Spray Method, High Sensitivity, Auto Sequencer, PPM Testing and Split Flow. The minimum detectable leak rate available for this unit in vacuum mode is 5 x 10-12 mbar l/s. These Agilent HLD MD15 dry helium leak detectors operate on 100-120 or 200-230V, 50/60Hz, are mounted on a mobile cart, with on cart mounted 9.0 CFM (15.4 m3/hr) Oil-Free IDP-15 dry scroll vacuum pump, and have Agilent Part Number PN G8611C. FEATURES of the Agilent HLD MD15 Dry Helium Leak Detector Mobile Model, PN G8611C: Contains a built-in turbo primary pump Large on cart mounted 9 CFM (15.4 m3/hr) Oil-Free IDP-15 dry scroll pump roughing pump Enables fast pump down of medium sized vacuum systems 1.8 l/s helium pumping speed Large 8.4 (213 mm) high-clarity color display, TFT touch screen Minimum detectable leak rate 5 x 10-12 atm cc/s (5 x 10-12 mbar l/s) Narrow design and higly maneuverable Large flat top work surface RS232 and analog interfaces are standard Selectable languages: Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES for the Agilent HLD MD15 Helium Leak Detector: Helium Spray Gun Premium, PN: P1012177 Helium Spray Gun with accessories, PN: P108765 Standard Sniffer Probe, 10 ft, PN: P104104 Standard Sniffer Probe, 20 ft, PN: P105928 Agilent Varian Hand-Held Remote Control, wireless, PN: P105748 Easy to use The 8.4 in. color touch screen has excellent clarity, even at wide angles and intuitive menu structure for easy navigation. The HLD Series Leak Detectors combine the maximum simplicity with advanced expert system intelligence. Fully automated start-up and calibration maximize productivity. Programmable test sequences improve testing efficiency. Powerful (Broad Range of Test Methods)The state-of-the-art spectrometer and vacuum system provide powerful capability, enabling a broad range of test methods for diverse applications. High test-port pressure tolerance allows testing for large leaks. High sensitivity (10-12 Range) for finding the smallest leaks. High pumping speed for helium insures fast response and clean-up times. High-efficiency ion source and beam optics optimze sensitivity. Versatile (Multiple System Configurations)A wide range of options allows for broad configuration flexibility. Primary pump and system mounting options to best suit your needs. Multiple languages and units of measure for worldwide use. Compact, lightweight design enables easy transport with wheels and storage compartment depending on model. Dependable (Robust Design)Robust design innovations allow the HLD Series Leak Detectors to conform to the most rigorous industrial standards and to operate dependably in the most challenging environments. Fast clean-up times enhance overall system up-time. Robust Faraday cup technology delivers high reliability and low cost of ownership. Conforms to CE, UL, and CSA standards, assuring global acceptance. This Leak detector comes in many configurations with rotary vane or dry scroll vacuum pumps (see list and technical specs below) Sold as Brand New and comes with Agilent Varian Manufacture Warranty. The Agilent HLD helium leak detector operating instruction manual and product brochure can be downloaded in PDF format below. Helium Leak Testing BasicsHelium mass spectrometry, or helium leak testing, is a highly precise means of leak detection. This technology was first developed for the Manhattan Project during World War II to locate extremely small leaks in the gas diffusion process.At the heart of helium leak testing is a complex piece of equipment called a helium mass spectrometer. Quite simply, this machine is used to analyze air samples (which are introduced into the machine via vacuum pumps) and provides a quantitative measurement of the amount of helium present in the sample. In practice, a leak, is identified by a rise in the level of helium being analyzed by the machine.Helium leak testing can identify extremely small leaks. For example, our equipment can detect a leak so small that it would emit just two cubic centimeters of helium (or the amount equal to two sugar cubes) in 320 years. While very few applications require this level of precision, this example serves to highlight the accuracy possible with this process.While helium leak detection may appear to be a simple procedure, the process involves a combination of both art and science. The user must ensure the equipment is functioning properly and the process is highly dependent upon the userís experience. Consider this analogy: while anyone with enough money can buy an airplane, learning how to fly one takes a lot of practice. The same is true with helium leak detection-make sure your pilot knows how to fly.Why Is Helium Superior?While many gases are used in leak detection, heliumís qualities provide for superior testing. Having an AMU (Atomic Mass Unit) of only 4, helium is the lightest inert gas. Only hydrogen, with an AMU of 2, is lighter than helium. However, due the hydrogenís explosive potential it is rarely used.Additional reasons why helium is a superior tracer gas: Only modestly present in the atmosphere (roughly 5 parts per million) Flows through cracks 2.7x faster than air Nontoxic Nondestructive Nonexplosive Inexpensive User Friendly Due to these attributes, and its high sensitivity, helium leak testing has gained broad acceptance in a wide range of leak testing applications. Helium Leak Testings two primary testing modes while there are a variety of testing procedures, in general there are:Two primary methods of helium leak testing: Spray Probe Sniffer Probe The choice between these two modes is based on both the size of the system being tested, as well as, the level of sensitivity required.Spray Probe: Provides Maximum SensitivityFor this technique, the leak detector is hooked directly to the system under test and the inside of the system is evacuated. Once an acceptable vacuum is achieved, helium is sprayed discreetly on the outside of the system, with particular attention being paid to any suspect locations. Any leaks in the system, including defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect will allow helium to pass and be readily detected by the machine. The source of any leaks can then be accurately pinpointed and repaired.The spray probe process is used to achieve the highest level of sensitivity. The equipment being used dictates the maximum sensitivity achievable; in Jurva Leak Testings case it is 2x10-10 std cc/sec. This technique does require that the system being tested is relatively leak tight prior to testing, as an ample vacuum is required for testing. However, by using special throttling devices a gross test can typically be performed. The gross test should eliminate any major leaks, permitting the use of increased sensitivity.The following are examples of systems that we test using the spray probe technique: A-bar furnaces E-beam systems Laser systems Metal deposition equipment Distillation systems Vacuum systems Sniffer ProbeFor this technique, helium is purged throughout the inside of system being tested. Due to the innate properties of helium it readily migrates throughout the system and in its attempt to escape penetrates any imperfections, including: defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect. The systemís exterior is then scanned by using a probe attached to the leak tester. Any leaks will result in an increased level of helium nearest the source and be readily detected. Leak sources can then be pinpointed, providing the opportunity for immediate repair and retest.Unlike the spray probe technique, this process is very flexible and can be adapted to meet the needs of any virtually any system in which helium can be injected. There is no practical size limitation. The sniffer probe technique is not as sensitive as the spray probe process, however, due to the amount of helium present in the air (approximately 5 ppm). The maximum sensitivity achievable under this procedure is approximately 1x10-6 std cc/sec. Nevertheless, this process is vastly superior to other traditional leak testing methods, such as: bubble testing, acoustic emission, liquid penetrant or vacuum box testing.The following list is an example of systems that Jurva Leak Testing has tested using the sniffer probe process: Storage tanks (both above ground and below) Floating roofs Underground pipelines Underground cables Aseptic systems (flash coolers, heat exchangers, fillers, etc.) Any vessel/line or system that can be pressurized Specialized Testing TechniquesIn addition to the two primary testing procedures listed above, there are a number of more specialized techniques that can be utilized. Among these techniques, we routinely employ bagging or hooding and bombing. (content nicely written by Jurva Leak Testing, http://www.jurvaleaktesting.com/HeliumLeakTesting.html)

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Price: $31,127.40


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Agilent HLD MD30 Helium Leak Detector With 30 m3/h Internal Oil-Free Tri-Scroll 620 Dry Scroll Pump on Mobile Cart, G8611B
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Arrival: 1 on 2022-03-24


Agilent HLD MD30 Helium Leak Detector Mass Spectrometer With 30 m3/h Internal Oil-Free Tri-Scroll 620 Dry Scroll Pump on Mobile CartAgilent Part Number PN G8611B The new Agilent HLD MD30 Mobile Dry Helium Leak Detector, with internal Oil-Free Tri-Scroll 620 dry scroll vacuum pump, combines the simplicity of operation with advanced system intelligence to give you easy access to powerful helium leak testing capabilities with hand held remote control (optional). This multi-function leak detector has single CPU architecture and depending on the model can leak check small parts to large vacuum chambers. The New HLD Leak Detector has a large color touch screen with two home screens and 180 degrees rotation. The setup is 4 times easier than competitive models and has the ability to save numerous recipes for quick recall. The unit setup has six pre-programmed key applications for both new and experienced users. They are: Sniffing, Spray Method, High Sensitivity, Auto Sequencer, PPM Testing and Split Flow. The minimum detectable leak rate available for this unit in vacuum mode is 5 x 10-12 mbar l/s. These Agilent HLD MD30 dry helium leak detectors operate on 100-120 or 200-230V, 50/60Hz, are mounted on a mobile cart, with on cart mounted 17.7 CFM (30 m3/hr) Tri-Scroll 620 dry scroll pump, and have Agilent Part Number PN G8611B. FEATURES of the Agilent HLD MD30 Dry Helium Leak Detector Mobile Model, PN G8611B: Contains a built-in turbo primary pump Massive on cart mounted 17.7 CFM (30 m3/hr) Oil-Free Tri-Scroll 620 dry scroll pump roughing pump Enables fast pump down of large vacuum systems 1.8 l/s helium pumping speed Large 8.4 (213 mm) high-clarity color display, TFT touch screen Minimum detectable leak rate 5 x 10-12 atm cc/s (5 x 10-12 mbar l/s) Narrow design and higly maneuverable Large flat top work surface RS232 and analog interfaces are standard Selectable languages: Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES for the Agilent HLD MD30 Helium Leak Detector: Helium Spray Gun Premium, PN: P1012177 Helium Spray Gun with accessories, PN: P108765 Standard Sniffer Probe, 10 ft, PN: P104104 Standard Sniffer Probe, 20 ft, PN: P105928 Agilent Varian Hand-Held Remote Control, wireless, PN: P105748 Easy to use The 8.4 in. color touch screen has excellent clarity, even at wide angles and intuitive menu structure for easy navigation. The HLD Series Leak Detectors combine the maximum simplicity with advanced expert system intelligence. Fully automated start-up and calibration maximize productivity. Programmable test sequences improve testing efficiency. Powerful (Broad Range of Test Methods)The state-of-the-art spectrometer and vacuum system provide powerful capability, enabling a broad range of test methods for diverse applications. High test-port pressure tolerance allows testing for large leaks. High sensitivity (10-12 Range) for finding the smallest leaks. High pumping speed for helium insures fast response and clean-up times. High-efficiency ion source and beam optics optimze sensitivity. Versatile (Multiple System Configurations)A wide range of options allows for broad configuration flexibility. Primary pump and system mounting options to best suit your needs. Multiple languages and units of measure for worldwide use. Compact, lightweight design enables easy transport with wheels and storage compartment depending on model. Dependable (Robust Design)Robust design innovations allow the HLD Series Leak Detectors to conform to the most rigorous industrial standards and to operate dependably in the most challenging environments. Fast clean-up times enhance overall system up-time. Robust Faraday cup technology delivers high reliability and low cost of ownership. Conforms to CE, UL, and CSA standards, assuring global acceptance. This Leak detector comes in many configurations with rotary vane or dry scroll vacuum pumps (see list and technical specs below) Sold as Brand New and comes with Agilent Varian Manufacture Warranty. The Agilent HLD helium leak detector operating instruction manual and product brochure can be downloaded in PDF format below. Helium Leak Testing BasicsHelium mass spectrometry, or helium leak testing, is a highly precise means of leak detection. This technology was first developed for the Manhattan Project during World War II to locate extremely small leaks in the gas diffusion process.At the heart of helium leak testing is a complex piece of equipment called a helium mass spectrometer. Quite simply, this machine is used to analyze air samples (which are introduced into the machine via vacuum pumps) and provides a quantitative measurement of the amount of helium present in the sample. In practice, a leak, is identified by a rise in the level of helium being analyzed by the machine.Helium leak testing can identify extremely small leaks. For example, our equipment can detect a leak so small that it would emit just two cubic centimeters of helium (or the amount equal to two sugar cubes) in 320 years. While very few applications require this level of precision, this example serves to highlight the accuracy possible with this process.While helium leak detection may appear to be a simple procedure, the process involves a combination of both art and science. The user must ensure the equipment is functioning properly and the process is highly dependent upon the userís experience. Consider this analogy: while anyone with enough money can buy an airplane, learning how to fly one takes a lot of practice. The same is true with helium leak detectionómake sure your pilot knows how to fly.Why Is Helium Superior?While many gases are used in leak detection, heliumís qualities provide for superior testing. Having an AMU (Atomic Mass Unit) of only 4, helium is the lightest inert gas. Only hydrogen, with an AMU of 2, is lighter than helium. However, due the hydrogenís explosive potential it is rarely used.Additional reasons why helium is a superior tracer gas: Only modestly present in the atmosphere (roughly 5 parts per million) Flows through cracks 2.7x faster than air Nontoxic Nondestructive Nonexplosive Inexpensive User Friendly Due to these attributes, and its high sensitivity, helium leak testing has gained broad acceptance in a wide range of leak testing applications. Helium Leak Testings two primary testing modes while there are a variety of testing procedures, in general there are:Two primary methods of helium leak testing: Spray Probe Sniffer Probe The choice between these two modes is based on both the size of the system being tested, as well as, the level of sensitivity required.Spray Probe: Provides Maximum SensitivityFor this technique, the leak detector is hooked directly to the system under test and the inside of the system is evacuated. Once an acceptable vacuum is achieved, helium is sprayed discreetly on the outside of the system, with particular attention being paid to any suspect locations. Any leaks in the system, including defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect will allow helium to pass and be readily detected by the machine. The source of any leaks can then be accurately pinpointed and repaired.The spray probe process is used to achieve the highest level of sensitivity. The equipment being used dictates the maximum sensitivity achievable; in Jurva Leak Testings case it is 2x10-10 std cc/sec. This technique does require that the system being tested is relatively leak tight prior to testing, as an ample vacuum is required for testing. However, by using special throttling devices a gross test can typically be performed. The gross test should eliminate any major leaks, permitting the use of increased sensitivity.The following are examples of systems that we test using the spray probe technique: A-bar furnaces E-beam systems Laser systems Metal deposition equipment Distillation systems Vacuum systems Sniffer ProbeFor this technique, helium is purged throughout the inside of system being tested. Due to the innate properties of helium it readily migrates throughout the system and in its attempt to escape penetrates any imperfections, including: defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect. The systemís exterior is then scanned by using a probe attached to the leak tester. Any leaks will result in an increased level of helium nearest the source and be readily detected. Leak sources can then be pinpointed, providing the opportunity for immediate repair and retest.Unlike the spray probe technique, this process is very flexible and can be adapted to meet the needs of any virtually any system in which helium can be injected. There is no practical size limitation. The sniffer probe technique is not as sensitive as the spray probe process, however, due to the amount of helium present in the air (approximately 5 ppm). The maximum sensitivity achievable under this procedure is approximately 1x10-6 std cc/sec. Nevertheless, this process is vastly superior to other traditional leak testing methods, such as: bubble testing, acoustic emission, liquid penetrant or vacuum box testing.The following list is an example of systems that Jurva Leak Testing has tested using the sniffer probe process: Storage tanks (both above ground and below) Floating roofs Underground pipelines Underground cables Aseptic systems (flash coolers, heat exchangers, fillers, etc.) Any vessel/line or system that can be pressurized Specialized Testing TechniquesIn addition to the two primary testing procedures listed above, there are a number of more specialized techniques that can be utilized. Among these techniques, we routinely employ bagging or hooding and bombing. (content nicely written by Jurva Leak Testing, http://www.jurvaleaktesting.com/HeliumLeakTesting.html)

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Agilent Varian Hand-Held Remote Control, VS Helium Mass Spectrometer Leak Detector. PN G8600-60002
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Agilent Varian Hand-Held Remote Control, for VS Helium Mass Spectrometer Leak Detector. PN: VSLDWRC These Agilent Varian wireless remote control units are designed to be used with VS series helium leak detectors, like the models VSPR021, VSPD031, VSMR151, VSBR152, VSMD301, VSBD302 and HLD models. This wireless remote will provide remote information and control functions of the helium leak detector and provide signal for the level of helium leak being detected. This is the sale of wireless remote unit only. The corresponding wireless base is sold separately. Varian partt number VSLDWRC.

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Product Number: P105748



Price: $1,254.49


Regular Price: $1,380.60



Ideal Vacuum PREMIUM Helium Spray Probe Kit w/Spray Gun, 1 Liter High Pressure Cylinder, and Quick Connectors.
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Ideal Vacuum PREMIUM Helium Spray Kit, Used for Helium Leak Detectors. Includes a Spray Probe Gun, Small Aluminum High Pressure Cylinder, Precise Regulator, Adapter for Easy Refill, 10 ft. Hose with Quick connectors, and Sturdy Carrying Case. Ideal Vacuum PREMIUM Helium Spray Probe Kit is rugged and easy to use, the Helium Spray Probe is designed for use in maintenance or production leak detection applications. This PREMIUM helium spray probe kit includes a lightweight, aluminum, refillable high pressure cylinder with an adjustable precise output regulator. The helium flow rate can be adjusted between 0 and 0.1 Standard Liters Per Minute (SLPM). The reservoir cylinder is 3Ē diameter x 11Ē tall, with a volume of 1000 cc, and a burst pressure rating of 1800 psi. We recommend it be filled to no more than 1500 psig. DO NOT EXCEED RESERVOIR''S RATED PRESSURE. This small, convenient helium spray probe kit can be taken to any location without needing a large, heavy, helium tank. The kit includes a 10í cylinder-to-spray gun hose with C10 quick connectors. Also included are a straight stainless steel 4 probe tip, a 9 flexible probe tip, and a refilling adapter, all packaged in a sturdy, foam lined carrying case. For Proper Use - Download Helium Spray Probe Gun Users Guide.pdf on DOWNLOADS section.

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Product Number: P1012177



Price: $855.00


Regular Price: $1,050.00



NEW Agilent Varian Leak Detector Sniffer Probe, KF25 for VS Helium Mass Spectrometer Leak Detectors, 10ft.
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NEW Agilent Varian Leak Detector Sniffer Power Probe, KF25 for VS, 936, 959, 979, 990 and HLD Helium Mass Spectrometer Leak Detectors, 10ft. Agilent Varian PN K9565306. The Power Probe is a ďsnifferĒ probe designed to locate leaks emanating from sealed containers internally pressurized with helium. The Power Probe adjusts for varying sensitivity and response time. It is extremely rugged and can be easily disassembled for cleaning. The probe kit includes 5 tip filters and is available with 10 feet of connecting tubing and an inlet KF25 adapter to fit on the leak detector. It is ideal for fast response sniffing with MacroTorr pumped leak detectors. Works with all Agilent Varian 936, 959, 979, 990 and VS PR02, VS MR15, VS MD30, VS BR15, VS BD30 and HLD Series Leak Detectors. This is the Sniffer Power Probe only in its case and all other accessories, pumps and leak detectors sold separately. Agilent Varian Part Number K9565306.

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Product Number: P104104



Price: $877.68


Regular Price: $966.25



Agilent Varian Leak Detector Sniffer Probe, KF25 for VS Helium Mass Spectrometer Leak Detectors.20ft
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Arrival: 11 on 2022-01-05


Agilent Varian Leak Detector, Sniffer Power Probe, KF25 for VS, 936, 959, 979, 990, HLD Series Helium Mass Spectrometer Leak Detectors. 20ft. Agilent Varian PN: K9565307. The Power Probe is a ďsnifferĒ probe designed to locate leaks emanating from sealed containers internally pressurized with helium. The Power Probe adjusts for varying sensitivity and response time. It is extremely rugged and can be easily disassembled for cleaning. The probe kit includes 5 tip filters, 20 feet of connecting tubing and an inlet KF25 adapter to fit on the leak detector. It is ideal for fast response sniffing with MacroTorr pumped leak detectors. Works with all Agilent Varian 936, 959, 979, 990 and VS PR02, VS MR15, VS MD30, VS BR15, VS BD30 and HLD Series Leak Detectors. This is the Sniffer Power Probe only in its case and all other accessories, pumps and leak detectors sold separately. Agilent Varian Part Number K9565307.

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Product Number: P105928



Price: $975.20


Regular Price: $1,011.38



NEW Agilent Varian Leak Detector Helium Spray Probe Kit, 3 Nozzles, PN K0167301
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Arrival: 8 on 2021-12-13


Agilent Varian Helium Spray Probe Gun. Designed for use in maintenance or production leak detection applications. Allows spraying of helium to find the exact location of a leak. Includes three nozzle types for different application requirements. Works with all Agilent Varian 936, 959, 979, 990 and VS PR02, VS MR15, VS MD30, VS BR15, VS BD30 and HLD Series Leak Detectors, 00991-K9565-301.

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Product Number: P108765



Price: $715.95


Regular Price: $757.62



Agilent Varian PHD-4 Complete Portable Battery Operated Helium Leak Detector Sniffer. PN 9694640
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Arrival: 2 on 2021-12-31


NEW Agilent PHD-4 Portable Battery Operated Helium Leak Detector Sniffer with Case, Agilent Part Number 9694640 (Complete Package) The PHD-4 is a complete battery powered portable helium leak device. The battery pack can be recharged only and exclusively inside the PHD-4, connecting the Agilent SR03.702888 power supply unit to the power supply port 3 (Power Supply connector). The PHD-4 portable leak detector permits fully automatic detection of concentrations of helium down to a lower limit of 2 parts for million (ppm). The value of the leak is shown in real time on the graphic display on the front panel. Since the sniffer is microprocessor controlled it is easy to use and no training is required. The instrument, which emits an acoustic signal proportional to the concentration of helium detected, incorporates a self-test program, making it possible to carry out any type of operation using the soft keys on the front control panel. The operator can use the straps provided to carry the unit and locate leaks using the extensible probe. The system to be tested is filled with a mixture of helium/air. The probe is passed over areas considered to be critical and, via a sampling pump, the mix of gases around the areas examined is sampled and piped towards the internal sensor. The sensor consists of a pressure detector and of a heated quartz capillary which is highly permeable to the molecules of helium, while permeability for all other atmospheric gases is negligible. While the atmospheric gases are vented to the outside, the molecules of helium reach the pressure detector. The electric signal proportional to the partial pressure of the helium taken from the detector, is processed by the microprocessor of the central unit. This permits direct readout of the concentration of helium on the display. The unit only weighs 5.7 lbs with battery and is microprocessor controlled. Fully automatic start up and ready to find that pressure leak in less than 3 minutes. For complete operation of the PHD-4 see instruction manual.pdf below at (AVAILABLE DOWNLOADS) Helium Leak Testing BasicsHelium mass spectrometry, or helium leak testing, is a highly precise means of leak detection. This technology was first developed for the Manhattan Project during World War II to locate extremely small leaks in the gas diffusion process.At the heart of helium leak testing is a complex piece of equipment called a helium mass spectrometer. Quite simply, this machine is used to analyze air samples (which are introduced into the machine via vacuum pumps) and provides a quantitative measurement of the amount of helium present in the sample. In practice, a leak, is identified by a rise in the level of helium being analyzed by the machine.Helium leak testing can identify extremely small leaks. For example, our equipment can detect a leak so small that it would emit just two cubic centimeters of helium (or the amount equal to two sugar cubes) in 320 years. While very few applications require this level of precision, this example serves to highlight the accuracy possible with this process.While helium leak detection may appear to be a simple procedure, the process involves a combination of both art and science. The user must ensure the equipment is functioning properly and the process is highly dependant upon the userís experience. Consider this analogy: while anyone with enough money can buy an airplane, learning how to fly one takes a lot of practice. The same is true with helium leak detectionómake sure your pilot knows how to fly.Why Is Helium Superior?While many gases are used in leak detection, heliumís qualities provide for superior testing. Having an AMU (Atomic Mass Unit) of only 4, helium is the lightest inert gas. Only hydrogen, with an AMU of 2, is lighter than helium. However, due the hydrogenís explosive potential it is rarely used.Additional reasons why helium is a superior tracer gas: Only modestly present in the atmosphere (roughly 5 parts per million) Flows through cracks 2.7x faster than air Nontoxic Nondestructive Nonexplosive Inexpensive User Friendly Due to these attributes, and its high sensitivity, helium leak testing has gained broad acceptance in a wide range of leak testing applications. Helium Leak Testingís two primary testing modes while there are a variety of testing procedures, in general there are:Two primary methods of helium leak testing: Spray Probe Sniffer Probe The choice between these two modes is based on both the size of the system being tested, as well as, the level of sensitivity required.Spray Probe: Provides Maximum SensitivityFor this technique, the leak detector is hooked directly to the system under test and the inside of the system is evacuated. Once an acceptable vacuum is achieved, helium is sprayed discreetly on the outside of the system, with particular attention being paid to any suspect locations. Any leaks in the system, including defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect will allow helium to pass and be readily detected by the machine. The source of any leaks can then be accurately pinpointed and repaired.The spray probe process is used to achieve the highest level of sensitivity. The equipment being used dictates the maximum sensitivity achievable; in Jurva Leak Testingís case it is 2x10-10 std cc/sec. This technique does require that the system being tested is relatively leak tight prior to testing, as an ample vacuum is required for testing. However, by using special throttling devices a gross test can typically be performed. The gross test should eliminate any major leaks, permitting the use of increased sensitivity.The following are examples of systems that we test using the spray probe technique: A-bar furnaces E-beam systems Laser systems Metal deposition equipment Distillation systems Vacuum systems Sniffer ProbeFor this technique, helium is purged throughout the inside of system being tested. Due to the innate properties of helium it readily migrates throughout the system and in its attempt to escape penetrates any imperfections, including: defective welds (caused by cracks, pin holes, incomplete welds, porosity, etc.), flawed or missing gaskets, leaks due to loose clamps, or any other defect. The systemís exterior is then scanned by using a probe attached to the leak tester. Any leaks will result in an increased level of helium nearest the source and be readily detected. Leak sources can then be pinpointed, providing the opportunity for immediate repair and retest.Unlike the spray probe technique, this process is very flexible and can be adapted to meet the needs of any virtually any system in which helium can be injected. There is no practical size limitation. The sniffer probe technique is not as sensitive as the spray probe process, however, due to the amount of helium present in the air (approximately 5 ppm). The maximum sensitivity achievable under this procedure is approximately 1x10-6 std cc/sec. Nevertheless, this process is vastly superior to other traditional leak testing methods, such as: bubble testing, acoustic emission, liquid penetrant or vacuum box testing.The following list is an example of systems that Jurva Leak Testing has tested using the sniffer probe process: Storage tanks (both above ground and below) Floating roofs Underground pipelines Underground cables Aseptic systems (flash coolers, heat exchangers, fillers, etc.) Any vessel/line or system that can be pressurized Specialized Testing TechniquesIn addition to the two primary testing procedures listed above, there are a number of more specialized techniques that can be utilized. Among these techniques, we routinely employ bagging or hooding and bombing. (content nicely written by Jurva Leak Testing, http://www.jurvaleaktesting.com/HeliumLeakTesting.html)

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Product Number: P107407



Price: $11,340.15


Regular Price: $11,937.00



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