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Chell introduces state-of-the-art leak tester

17 May 2019

Gas measurement and control company Chell Instruments have introduced its newest design, the state-of-the-art CLC100 Leak Tester.

The CLC100 is just one of the many new instruments being developed at Chell and the latest leak tester equipment created by the Norfolk engineers. This easy to use machine is designed for fast and reliable leak testing in a huge range of applications. With a pressure range between -1 and 10 bar, the CLC100 accurately measures leaks in pressurised gas lines for optimum leak sensitivity. 

“This unique product has been developed with the customer in mind” states Nick Broadley, Managing Director at Chell. “It’s a necessity for any engineer working with pressurised gas lines. Not only does our CLC100 improve quality control but it’s the fastest and most accurate leak testing cycle on the market.” 

The CLC100 Leak Tester has an easy to use intuitive setup which allows new tests to be programmed in seconds by either the device’s OLED high-resolution display or the on-board web server once connected to a computer. 

While the CLC100 tests for any leaks in gas pressure, both a countdown and the current pressure are displayed. Once the diagnostic is complete, the CLC100 gives a clear pass or fail notification, along with the delta pressure decay or rise measured during the test. 

“Gas leakage can cause issues in any industry,” continues Nick. “That’s why we developed this easy to use and accurate leak tester. Developed by engineers for engineers, the CLC100 is specifically designed to quickly analyse any leak in a secure system and can take a little as 1 second to detect losses.”

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