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Nanotechnology products and component manufacturers seeking increased production efficiencies and lower costs now possible with use of state-of-the-art leak detectors for nanotechnology products assembly, can now select between two new leak detection equipment matching services from Uson, the pioneer of dry air leak testing methods with arguably the most experienced leak test applications laboratory capable of designing best-match leak detection equipment best suited for helium mass spectrometer leak tests, pressure decay leak tests , as well as a wide range of other leak test methods used for nanomaterials and nanoproducts test applications. These two no-cost services are: 1) Uson's Leak Detector Express Proposal service assuring a 48-hour return on RFPs (Requests for Proposals) and suitable for most in the industry; and 2) Uson's Leak Detection Equipment Custom Application Proposal service for unusual applications that require multi-phase analysis of best-match leak detection equipment at the concept stage, final designs, training, and factory installation and acceptance testing.

Two Nanotech Leak Detection Equipment Matching Services Announced by Uson

Houston, TX | Posted on August 9th, 2011

Uson's Leak Detector Express Proposal service is especially timely for the many manufacturing engineers responding to recessionary pressures to decrease production costs, as well as the opportunities provided by vastly improved data storage capabilities in state-of-the-art Uson leak detectors and how this is a boon to ongoing Six Sigma and similar quality initiatives. Uson leak detection equipment includes several models of leak detectors, each of which has been designed for specific test cycle times, leak rate, test pressures and similar specifications. The Uson "Express" service employs the vast Uson database of leak test solutions to quickly determine best match leak detectors for most RFP proposals.

Uson's Leak Detection Equipment Custom Application Proposal service is designed to bring the entirety of Uson's expertise to bear on finding best match leak detection equipment for more challenging test specifications or others requiring additional study. Some examples are high flow valves to fill large volumes quickly, pneumatic circuits that automatically switch leak tests from one side of a part to another, multiple test pressure requirements, etc. The Uson team that finalizes these custom application proposals includes highly trained leak testing engineers, applications specialists, operations and sales specialists, brought together as a team to create leak test solutions optimized for these more challenging requirements.

Martin Bryant, Uson VP, explains why these two new no-cost leak detector application match services are especially timely. "New features incorporated into Uson's leak detection equipment—such as intuitive graphical operator controls, RFID tag reading and multiple formats for leak test data storage, have proven track records in helping companies speed production lines without sacrificing quality. Even companies that have long-established assembly lines using earlier generations of Uson's best-in-class leak detectors and certainly those using less accurate or slower leak detectors can see a return-on-investment from newer models and features of Uson leak detection equipment in as little as a few months. We also find that many of our customers consider the advanced data storage options essential to pre-empt warranty or legal claims that defective parts had left their factory. The data storage is a war chest for any potential litigation, which unfortunately is now a cost-of-business for most industries where leak testing is important."

RFPs can be sent to Martin Bryant at or +281-671-2000.

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About Uson
Uson first developed high accuracy leak testing methods for NASA and has since been at the forefront of leak detection, leak testing, and non-destructive testing since 1963, pioneering the development of automated leak detection equipment for the automotive, industrial, medical device and packaging industries. Headquartered in Houston, TX, the company has additional offices in Detroit, MI, the United Kingdom and China and sales partners around the world.

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+773-862-6800


Martin Bryant

+281-671-2000.

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