Electronic Leak Detection is a non-destructive, environmental friendly, and most accurate ways to identify leaks. As compared to the old school 'water test' method, Electronic Leak Detection just out performs.
Accelerates construction schedule
Locates breaches undetectable to the naked eye with pin-point accuracy.
Effective on a variety of roofing/waterproofing applications including various slope types.
Environmentally friendly - minimal to no water required.
Explore the types of Electronic Leak Detection (ELD) below:
Dive Into the New Age of Electronic Leak Detection (ELD)
Low Voltage / Wet Electronic Leak Detection Testing
Depending on surfaces condition, low voltage (or wet) testing offers the best solution to determine if breaches exist on roofing / waterproofing membranes.
High Voltage / Dry Electronic Leak Detection Testing
Depending on conditions, high voltage (dry) testing provides the best solution when trying to determine if breaches exist on roofing / waterproofing membranes.
Testing Through Overburden
ELD through ‘overburden’ adds additional complexities that can impact testing accuracy. This is because more elements and layers are added to your assembly, such as a green roof.
Conductive Media Testing
Some roof assemblies have conductive media/mesh install under the membrane (conductive primer or conductive mesh). When present, Honza Group has the expertise and capabilities to plug directly into roof and perform dormant ELD testing.