FLUKE II900 INDUSTRIAL IMAGER VS. CONVENTIONAL ULTRASONIC LEAK DETECTORS
October 1, 2019
“See what you can’t hear.”
With the release of the Fluke ii900 Industrial Sonic Imager, plant maintenance teams can gain efficiencies with the ability to quickly and easily train their existing staff, and create repeatable preventative maintenance programs for their compressed air systems. If you’re interested, schedule a product demonstration of the Fluke ii900 Industrial Sonic Image at your facility and see firsthand how easy it is.
Easy to Learn
Plant technicians can easily learn how to use the Fluke ii900 in under 10 minutes. The 7” LCD touchscreen provides a straightforward, intuitive interface. Unlike conventional Ultrasonic Leak Detectors which require professionally trained personnel.
Larger Area Scans
The Fluke ii900 is designed with 64 microphones enabling the inspection of an expansive area from a distance. A conventional Ultrasonic Leak Detector arduously inspects plants point by point looking for leaks in each hose, coupling, trap, drain, valve and gasket.
Access to Hard to Reach Locations
Whether it is a pneumatic connection near the ceiling or a valve behind a machine’s safety screen, the Fluke ii900 can detect leaks from a distance. Because the imager is specifically designed for noisy production facilities, the Fluke ii900 can detect leaks without shutting down operations. A conventional Ultrasonic Leak Detector requires proximity for accurate detection, often requiring machinery to be shutdown.
The Fluke ii900 quickly and easily records leak detection locations with images and videos. Conventional Ultrasonic Leak Detectors require the user to physically tag the leak and write down the location. This manual recording slows down the audit and documentation process.