Gas technology manufacturer Witt has unveiled its new LEAK-MASTER® PRO 2 to detect even the smallest leaks in protective gas packaging.

Leak testing with the LEAK-MASTER® PRO 2 is carried out with CO2 as the tracer gas, already contained in most inert gas packaging.

The PRO 2 is equipped with a number of innovations that increase the performance for the user. For example, with optimised chamber size and compressed air instead of a vacuum pump to generate the vacuum.

Another advantage is the Venturi nozzle used for vacuum generation which extremely low-maintenance and durable, significantly reducing operating costs. If no compressed air connection is available, an optional version with an electric vacuum pump is also available.

In a statement, Witt said the LEAK-MASTER® PRO 2 manages up to 1,200 products as well as names, passwords and barcodes of 60 users.

Measurement data documentation is carried out with the aid of special WITT software. All measurement results including date, time, product details and name of the inspector can thus be digitally archived and additionally analysed.

Martin Bender, Managing Director at WITT, commented, “The optimised function and user-friendliness raise the LEAK-MASTER® PRO 2 to a new performance level. It saves time, enables the detection of even smaller leaks and is easier to operate.”

“In addition, the device convinces with an attractive price, low maintenance costs and high durability. We are thus offering our customers a powerful overall package with an excellent price-performance ratio.”

Source: Witt