High Voltage Electronic Leak Testing
Depending on the site conditions, high voltage (dry method) Electronic Leak Detection testing could be the best option when trying to determine if/where you have breaches. Honza Group, Inc. will consult with you to see if the High Voltage method of testing makes the most sense for your project.
BUT WHY HIGH VOLTAGE AND NOT LOW VOLTAGE?
Both methods of testing are equally effective. Job site conditions ultimately dictate which method of Electronic Leak Detection should be utilized. From a practical standpoint, High Voltage is used when the area to be tested is dry. There are some site conditions that limit the effectiveness of High Voltage testing. Contact Honza Group, Inc. for a free consultation on which testing method will work best on your project.
High Voltage ELD Projects
World Trade Center, Water Feature, New York City
High Voltage - Electronic Leak Detection
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