Overview of Mass Flow Testing

When testing parts, if your part-to-part volume differs by more than 5-10% or if you are testing a device that needs to accommodate fluid or air passing through it, chances are you need mass flow testing. Mass flow testing defines the rate of flow through a part or device and is typically conducted ... Read More

Convert Dunk Testing from Bubbles to Measurable Leak Testing

The simplest and least expensive type of leak rate test is dunk testing for bubbles. Even if you know nothing about leak testing, you have probably used a bucket of water to find a leak in an inner tube by looking for bubbles. The principle is always the same—immerse the part and look for bubbles ... Read More

7 Factors Affecting Your Leak Test

If you know anything about leak testing, then you understand that everything leaks. The question is: How much leakage is considered acceptable? For accurate leak testing—and more importantly, accurate leak measurement—you need a repeatable test that gives you an accurate baseline. Read More

5 simple ways to improve your leak test

Leak testing is a common requirement on the production line. It is an important test that ensures the proper functioning of a part or assembly in the field. Due to the importance of this test, it is essential to make sure your test system is always functioning and performing at its best. There is ... Read More

5 reasons to maintain annual recalibration of leak test equipment

If you rely on leak testing equipment on your line, we recommend annual recalibration to ensure your leak tester is always performing at its best, on every test. Annual recalibration provides many benefits, including those below.    Support optimal functioning of your leak tester Over time, your ... Read More

6 things you didn’t know you could do with the Sentinel I28

Cincinnati Test Systems’ Sentinel I28 is a popular instrument for use by our customers because it is one of the most advanced multi-functional test instruments on the market. It is a flexible instrument, configurable for a variety of pressure decay and mass flow testing requirements. Read More

How to choose the right method for testing medical devices for blockage

There are many important applications for blockage testing in the disposable medical device manufacturing industry. These include catheters, tubing sets, valves, needles, restrictors/regulators, microfluidic chips, respiratory components, suction therapy devices, and more.  The main methods used ... Read More

10 common mistakes manufacturers make when purchasing automation equipment

This blog post was contributed by Marty Grimes, President at Assembly Solutions, Inc. Assembly Solutions has decades of experience crafting innovative, cost-effective automation and assembly solutions. Assembly Solutions represents Cincinnati Test Systems’ product line in the regions of ... Read More

How to achieve accurate low leak rate testing: Adapting to new manufacturing standards in the refrigeration and air conditioning industry

Leak testing of pipe joints, tubes and fittings in refrigeration and air conditioning components such as coils and compressors during assembly manufacturing is critical. Tests must be accurate and reliable, or products could have serious problems for consumers in the field.  Recent changes to the ... Read More

9 considerations to find the right CTS Connect® leak test connectors and seals

Finding the proper seal or connector for your leak test can feel daunting. There are many variables to consider to ensure a tight, reliable fit during test. Cincinnati Test Systems makes this easy with our CTS Connect® line of connectors, seals, and fittings, each designed to meet the challenges of ... Read More