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NDT.net Issue - 2009-10 - NEWS

VIC-TORR-- Mass Flow, Pressure/Vacuum Decay System


VIC Leak Detection8, Ronkonkoma, NY [USA]
Leak Testing (LT), instrumentation
NEWS  
NDT.net Journal
Issue: 2009-10
Dayton, Ohio, September 21 — The Air Leak Detection Division of Vacuum Instrument Corp., Ronkonkoma, NY a world leader in the leak detection industry, today introduced a new instrument for testing mass flow, pressure and vacuum decay. VICTorr TM is a high resolution test instrument that can be configured as a mass flow, pressure decay or vacuum decay leak tester and is available in single or multi-channel models. The robust high resolution color LCD touch screen provides all the needed information about the test part including, but not limited to rejection rate, leak rate and test time, while the prominently displayed green and red accept or reject indicator light/buttons make it easy to discern if the test product is pass or fail. The product has provisions for Ethernet, USB and RS-232 communications capability for downloadable selection and data upload. Other unique features include automatic set up, multi-language display, remote monitoring/control, signature analysis, and user friendly programming and diagnostics.

Rod Sano
Marketing

rsano@vicleakdetection.com
2099 Ninth Avenue
Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
631-737-0900 x113
Fax: 631-737-1541
www.vicleakdetection.com

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