FasTest has launched its new FasMate connector with Connection Verification technology. Learn how this new technology has helped our customers improve operator safety by verifying a successful connection before introducing test pressure. Register now!
FasTest Integrates Connection Verification™ into FasMate Series Connectors for Internal Threads
Minneapolis, MN— March 26, 2019—FasTest, Inc. has integrated the latest generation of its Connection VerificationTMtechnology into the FasMate Series quick connectors used for sealing threaded ports. FasTest’s Connection Verification technology utilizes sensors to signal when a successful connection has been made. By verifying the connections prior to starting a leak or functional test, operators are able to eliminate waste caused by false failures, ensure safety during high pressure tests, and prevent costly fluid spills. Connection Verification allows customers to choose between three different signal output options – NPN, PNP and Analog – for seamless integration.
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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.