Helium Spectrographic Analysis

Helium gas is injected into the distribution tubing at low pressure and the spectrograph “sniffs” the helium molecule. If there is a leak in the system, because of the properties of the helium molecule, the small size allows it to leak from the closed radiant system and penetrate into the home through all types of floor coverings. The results are a precise location of all the leaks, both large and small. Only a spectrograph with a sensitivity level of one part per billion is acceptable and 100% successful for the detection.