ATEQ is proud to be the number one choice for industrial quality control leak/flow testing equipment and services. Our own Leak Test Sales Engineers are available in every state and region in North America to provide on-site training, support and services to meet your application needs.
At ATEQ, we understand that Leak and Flow Testing is vital for securing proper quality, safety, and performance of a product. There are many ways to test a leak, each with different aspects, depending on the application. Some of the many industries that use leak/flow testing include automotive, medical, electronics, valves, packaging, appliances, aerospace, and much more. With over 40 years of experience in Leak/Flow Testing, ATEQ is the most trusted name in leak detection equipment, testing and support. Our Leak/Flow Test Equipment and Calibration Instruments are manufactured and available for service and repair right here in the United States.
ATEQ USA’s products are in frequent use for leak detection in medical devices. End users require a high-degree of confidence in such products as they are often used to deliver or extract fluids to or from a specific part of the body. If a leak existed, then fluids could be inadvertently sent to the incorrect location, or the wrong fluids could be removed.
A leak beyond accepted tolerances = product failure. When a leak exceeds the tolerance, it can mean environmental contamination, loss of sterility or component failure. Having an industrial leak detection protocol is a key part of any quality assurance process. ATEQ offers a variety of tools to integrate into production lines and QA testing facilities.
ATEQ USA provides a variety of tools for use in automotive leak testing and flow analysis. We have many Tier 1 suppliers that utilize our testers to confirm that the parts supplied to their OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers) clients meet their specifications.
ATEQ’s testing line includes a few options when it comes to package testing and identifying leaks. Examples of such packaging types are: bottle caps, aerosol cans (and valves), trigger pumps, ink cartridges, cosmetic bottles, food sachets and other various types of packaging.