You can actually see money leaking right out of your system
A 100 hp air compressor can consume around $50k in electricity annually and as much as 30% of that electricity goes toward pressurizing airlines that leak. Many facilities have never assessed the efficiency of their compressed air operation and thus, when the system appears to be slowing down or not keeping up with demand, the facilities simply add more capacity. An expensive purchase considering compressed air systems should have relatively little change in capacity over time unless demand has increased, or the system is being sabotaged by leaks.
More than you expected, by far
-7” LCD touchscreen that overlays a SoundMap™ on a visual image for quick leak location identification
-Straightforward, intuitive interface to isolate the sound frequency of the leak and filter out loud background noise
-Image and video tagging, annotation, and organization using folders
-Leak sizing to help determine priority for repairs
-Report tool to share visuals, tagging, notes, and more with others on your team or repair personnel
Communication and reporting tools for everyone
The Fluke ii900 comes enabled with LeakQ mode, which automatically determines the distance to the target (a leak that shows inside the circle on the display). When a leak is detected and the imager can determine the distance, the LeakQ value on the display gives in indication of the size of the leak. The value is based on the measured dB SPL value and the distance.
The LeakQ reporting tool combines the inputs from your Fluke ii900 Industrial Acoustic Imager with inputs made directly to the tool to create organized and detailed reports. These reports can be used to convey where repairs need to be made, for follow-up post repair to confirm fixes, or for simply documenting the inspection process and results.
How do you see sound?
The Fluke ii900 Industrial Acoustic Imager visualizes the sounds coming from small leaks in compressed air, gas, and vacuum systems. Equipped with an array of microphones for an expanded field-of-view, the handheld Fluke ii900 Industrial Acoustic Imager (Sonic Industrial Imager) enables maintenance teams to locate air, gas, and vacuum leaks quickly and accurately in compressed air systems—even in noisy environments. Specifically designed for noisy production facilities the new SoundSight™ technology is simple to learn and easy to implement.