This introductory guide provides the basics to help you understand IPxx ratings and how these ratings impact leak testing in production.
IPxx is a standard to test and rate any sealed device for its dust and moisture leak resistance. This blog covers how to identify the proper leak rate to meet IPxx and considerations to ensure a reliable test.
This guide will help you determine leak rates and find the right leak test method to deliver leak and dust-free parts
This webinar explains how to set up an effective test utilizing air and shows how to correlate IP67 attributes to a measurable and calibrated production test.
Bubble testing is the most basic form of leak detection and it has its limitations, such as being difficult to scale and relying on operator subjectivity. In this blog, we cover automated leak testing for more precise leak detection.
The ideal approach for leak testing to the IP67 standard is to test with air, using a volumetric fill test with pressure. This is non-destructive, measurable and faster compared to other methods. Read the post to learn more.
Learn about IPxx ratings, what the numbers mean and and what manufacturers need to know for leak testing to the standards.
Manufacturers of sealed devices must deliver products that are dust-tight and leak-free. Learn more about Cincinnati Test Systems' solutions for leak testing to meet IP67 standards.