Yamaha's Wand-Style Detector Provides Instant Test Results, Immediate Reset for Consecutive Tests and the Highest Sensitivity on the Market.
Yamaha Fine Technologies Co., Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Yamaha Corporation, announced today the release of a new, revolutionary hydrogen leak detector. The company will present the product, the YHLD-100 Bench Top Hydrogen Leak Detector, to the North American market at The Assembly Show October 25 to 27, 2016 at the Donald E. Stevens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL.
Using YAMAHA’s proprietary MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical System) Sensor technology, the new wand-style hydrogen leak tester offers the highest sensitivity on the widest range of gas concentration of any products on the market. It also provides instant test results and offers immediate reset capabilities that allow for rapid consecutive tests.
“We are excited to release this new high-speed detector technology to the market,” said Doug Dalgliesh, President of Yamaha Fine Technologies’ North American partner – YFT Leak Test.
“The new MEMS sensor that Yamaha has developed changes the game in response time and reset speed.”
With more than 400 systems installed worldwide, Yamaha Fine Technologies is a worldwide leader in the automated and manually operated leak detector and leak test systems industry.
About Yamaha Fine Technologies
Founded in 1987 and based in Hamamatsu, Japan, YFT, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Yamaha Corporation consists of two groups – Factory Automation Division and Automotive Components Division. Its products include precision machinery for the printed circuit board industry, leak testing equipment, robotic surface finishing systems, and automotive interior components. www.yamaha.co.jp/finetech/english
About YFT Leak Test
Founded in 2009 and based outside of Philadelphia PA, YFT Leak Test provides sales, support, and service for Yamaha Fine Technologies in the North American market.