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FasTest to Present at AHR Expo

Topic: Utilizing SMART Tools to Optimize Leak Testing, Processing, and Manufacturing

Who: FasTest Senior Mechanical Engineer, Chris Wagner
Where: AHR Expo, Georgia World Congress Center
285 Andrew Young Intl Blvd NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
Theater A – room C101
When: Wednesday, 1/16/2019, 11:45 AM EST
Cost: Free Seminar
Add to your show schedule: here

FasTest at the AHR Expo 2019 – Booth #BC4913

The AHR Expo is the world’s largest HVACR event, attracting the most comprehensive gathering of industry professionals from around the globe each year. The Show provides a unique forum where manufacturers of all sizes and specialties, whether a major industry brand or innovative start-up, can come together to share ideas and showcase the future of HVACR technology under one roof. Since 1930, the AHR Expo has remained the industry’s best place for OEMs, engineers, contractors, facility operators, architects, educators and other industry professionals to explore the latest trends and applications and to cultivate mutually beneficial business relationships. read more

FasTest Extends 70 Series Product Line for Fuel Rail Applications

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Minneapolis, MN— December 6, 2018—FasTest, Inc. has extended their standard 70 Series product family for fuel rail applications to include connections to SAE J2044 half-inch fittings. Since launching the original 70 Series for fuel rail product offering, FasTest has noticed significant growth in leak testing of larger sized Fuel Rails and has worked with customers to design the ideal connection for these fittings.

FasTest Drives Lean Practices in Leak Testing Fuel Rails

New Connection Verification™ Technology Eliminates Testing Waste

Minneapolis, MN— September 12, 2018—FasTest, Inc. has partnered with a US-based vehicle component manufacturer to help maximize production output of their fuel rail production process. Before working with FasTest, the manufacturer’s leak testing process was prone to placement errors throughout the testing process, leading to a high number of false failures that caused significant re-test time. That re-test time cost the manufacturer approximately $90,000 per year!

The customer required their solution to be automated, safe, and highly accurate in order to eliminate opportunities for operator error.  

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