Compressed Air Leak Service Area

Compressed Air Leak Detection Service Area

Commercial Services

Compressed Air Leak in Warehouses, service companies, office complexes and distributors all are major users of compressed air. It is difficult to realize how much money is lost by the extra demand put upon compressors and dryers due to the loss of air through leakage. The worst case situation is purchasing a second compressor to make up for more air when in fact, it is totally unnecessary. We can determine where the leaks are occurring, tag them, photograph them and estimate the amount of leakage in each instance. Owners and managers are amazed when they see the data that is costing them money.

Indiana Infrared Technologies offers service to the full state of Indiana, and certain areas in Ohio, Kentucky and Illinois.

(please call (317) 489-7199 for specific cities)

Cities Include:

  • Indianapolis
  • Fort Wayne
  • Evansville
  • South Bend
  • Louisville, KY
  • Lexington, KY
  • Columbus, OH
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • Dayton, OH
  • Springfield, IL
  • Bloomington, IL


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What is leak detection?

Hopefully, the compressed air system in your facility is a well engineered, properly sized system – maximizing the benefits of using compressed air while minimizing the effects of the heat and water these systems produce. This will keep your maintenance costs low and assure that a clean, stable air supply is available and properly utilized. An industrial ultrasonic leak inspection helps maximize the efficiency.

The compressed air industry, like most other industries, has undergone dramatic changes through technology in the past few years. Modern energy saving technologies – variable speed compressors, energy efficient motors, better air dryers, and up-to-date piping and air delivery methods – are slowly replacing the older, less efficient means of making compressed air.Compressed Air Leak Cost Chart

But industry experts estimate that only half of the compressed air in a plant makes it to the production application phase! The other half is wasted through leaks, artificial demand, and improper use.

When you shut down the plant for the night or weekend, do you hear that hissing sound of compressed air draining from the lines? When you start up, are the tanks not as full as when you shut down? These common occurrences are the reasons to get your system inspected and brought up to 100% usage of your compressed air system, the most expensive utility in your facility. Most leaks occur on the floor level, at the disconnects, hoses, valves, couplings, and instrumentation. With our state of the art ultrasonic equipment, those leaks are easily found, tagged, and recorded. Your maintenance team or contractor can then work quickly through the system. Leaks can also be found in primary lines due to expansion/contraction, vibration, or sagging due to improper support.

Contact us today to arrange a visit to your facility.