IntegriScan™ Electronic Leak Detection
Waterproof Membrane Integrity Testing Service
Better Coverage. Faster.
IT’S QUALITY ASSURANCE YOU CAN COUNT ON!
Detec’s IntegriScan quality control testing service is the most accurate Electronic Leak Detection (ELD) testing method available to confirm that the waterproof membrane is free of breaches during construction. The technology unique to the IntegriScan facilitates the most reliable test signal possible, ensuring a more accurate test is performed. Because it can be implemented faster than other methods, the IntegriScan also ensures the most expedient route to warranty certification.
And now, with the advent of our patented TruGround Conductive Primer, testing conventional membrane assemblies can be performed accurately. Electronic leak detection requires the substrate DIRECTLY beneath the waterproofing membrane to be sufficiently conductive. TruGround provides the conductivity to facilitate valid ELD testing. Other conductive mediums, such as the vector mapping grid, is often placed incorrectly below the coverboard, making the leak detection test inconclusive.
Only the IntegriScan can reliably test vertical surfaces and black EPDM!
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FEATURES of the IntegriScan Waterproof Membrane Integrity Testing Service
- Verifies the water tightness of roofing and waterproofing membranes
- The most advanced, accurate, reliable, and cost effective ELD method available
- Tests 100% of the membrane and virtually eliminates the potential for false positives and complete breach misses
- The only service that can test conductive membranes such as black EPDM
- The only service that can reliably perform vertical surface testing
- Tests up to 40,000 square feet per day
- Pinpoints breaches during membrane installation so repairs can be made immediately
- Minimal set up time; NO perimeter wire required; NO need to isolate penetrations
- Tests conventional membranes with TruGround Conductive Primer directly under the membrane
- Can be used for forensic testing on existing roofs
- Provides a more thorough overall assessment than electric field vector mapping
- Superior alternative to flood testing
- Sections 6 & 8 on the ASTM D7877 (Electronic Methods for Detecting & Locating Leaks in Waterproof Membranes)
- Manufactured in the USA