Witt sees the benefits of gas conditioning systems


Leading equipment manufacturer Witt is lauding the advantages of using gas conditioning systems as an economical alternative for fault control purposes in industrial manufacturing processes.

Coolant gases such as R22 (chlorodifluoromethane) are soon to be prohibited for fault checking procedures, due to their negative environmental impact, with helium seen as the direct substitute from 2010 onwards.

Germany-based Witt believes that the use of gas conditioning system however, can aide the use of helium and mitigate some of the expensive costs associated with the inert gas. Furthermore, Witt can provide the technology at the heart of such systems, in the form of its gas mixing, metering and analysing system.

A gas conditioning system works as a self- contained unit. The test specimen undergoes fault testing in a hermetically sealed chamber. The actual leak control function is performed by an analysis system, registering leaking gas molecules down to ppm (part per million).

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