F28+ – COMPACT LEAK TESTER
FOR INDUSTRIAL QUALITY CONTROL

F28+: The new innovative tester, made by ATEQ, elevates the leak test to a whole new level of speed, flexibility and accuracy.
You can easily supervise it with a touch-screen panel + our user friendly interface: winateq 300.

Adapted for manual, semi-automatic and fulled automated leak testing, the F28+ has a full range of specifications at a very competititve price

F28+ : APPLICATIONS

Automotive, domestic appliances, medical, aeronautic, defense, fluid and electrical components, food and cosmetic packaging…

F28+ : FEATURES

• Differential pressure decay leak measurement: vacuum to 20 bar
• Multi-test leak tester
• 128 programs
• Fully integrated electronics and pneumatics
• Flexible communication format: Bar code reader, RS232, USB
• Date storage on internal memory or USB key

TEST MODES :

• ∆P (Pa, 1/10 Pa)
• ∆P/t (Pa/s, 1/10 Pa/s)
• Flow units (sccm, mm3/s, cm3/s, cm3/min, cm3/h…)
• Blockage test
• Burst test
• Sealed components test
• and others, depending on your applications

ENVIRONMENT :
ROHS standard

MEASUREMENT CHARACTERISTICS :

LEAK TESTER FOR INDUSTRIAL QUALITY CONTROL

F28+ Demo interface

F28+ Demo interface

F28+ : SPECIFICATIONS

  • PRESENTATION

    • Weight : around 3.5 Kg
  • PHYSICAL

    • Dimensions : (in mm) H 157.10 x W 298.90 x D 135.80g
  • ELECTRICAL SUPPLY

    • 24 V DC / 1.6 A4VDC/2A or 100-240VAC/50W
  • AIR SUPPLY

    • Clean and dry air required
    • Air quality standard to be aplied (ISO 8573-1)
    • Test pressure input, need an external regulator
  • TEMPERATURE

    • Operating : + 5°C at + 45°C
    • Storage : 0°C at + 60°C

F28+ : OPTIONS

• 9 inputs / 5 outputs
• Option Fieldbus: profibus, devicenet, profinet, Ethernet/ IP, Ethercat network, Mobus RTU
• 6 x 24 V programmable outputs for external automation
• Electronic regulation
• 1 pneumatic output for automation

F28+ : FACTSHEETS

Detailed information about the F28+ including features, specifications, etc.

F28+ : TECHNOLOGY

By far the most popular technology, differential pressure decay uses a reference volume to test your part. This helps compensate for any ambient pressure or temperature variations as they occur on both parts simultaneously.
Only a leak on the test part will result in a movement of our transducer’s membrane.

The second advantage of this method is that the accuracy does not drop with the test pressure as the transducer is measuring pressure differences between the two circuits, as opposed to the traditional pressure decay technology that measures pressure drops against the atmosphere.

Direct measurement principle
The part under test 3 and the reference part 5 are filled to an identical pressure. A differential sensor 4 measures the pressure variation between the part under test  3 and the reference part 5. In some applications, the reference part can be replaced by a cap.

Desensitized test
This  mode  is  used  for  the  measurement  of  large  leaks,  when  the  reject  level  required  is above the full scale of the differential sensor.
The  test  pressure  is  applied  to  the  input  of  the  part  under  test  3.  The  measurement  is performed by the pressure sensor 2.

Other type of tests are available in option