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John Green
  John Green
Engineering Associate

How do I know if I’m wasting gas due to leaks in my gas piping?

Gas piping leaks can result from various conditions, including improper thread sealing, missed brazed joints, defective piping, over pressurization, or even vibration and shocks. A pinhole leak can cost you tens of thousands of dollars per year, depending on the size, number and severity of the leak(s). There are many ways to detect leaks; for instance, using soap tests, pressure drop tests, mass spectrometry or thermal conductivity tests. They all have their place; however, they also often come with limitations in precision, speed, difficulty or cost. Air Products’ leak detection service can identify and repair costly leaks in your piping to help improve your part quality and bottom line. Contact us to speak to a specialist about a leak detection audit of your facility.























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