Leak Controller 2000 Vacuum Tester Water Resistant or Water Proof?
Q: Do you do water testing? A: What sort of watch do you have?
If it’s a sports / divers watch - do you need it tested to diving depths? If so, it requires a pressure test (which is more expensive).
However, No need to test to depths of 100 feet, why test to 100 feet when you are:
• Washing up? • Showering? • Swimming?
• Washing the car?
Most watches, including a lot of sports and divers watches, don’t go anywhere near these depths.
£625.00 Ref: W1832
Meet the Leak Controller... ...af
fordable testing for most watches
• Guaranteed waterproof for every day use
Vacuum testing is ideal for most watches. Pressure testing compacts watch cases trying to force air inside. A vacuum test works in the opposite way by measuring if air wants to escape the case, thus immediately indicating a leak, if a leak is prominent. Vacuum testing will also identify a potential leak as the gauge pointer will continue beyond the designated parameter, demonstrating that the sealing areas (glass, case or crown gaskets) are potentially vulnerable.
Restrictions & Limitations:
For watches with very solid cases (screwed back) and sapphire crystal, the deformation is very small. Identification of a leakage may not be done exactly.
Tel: +44 (0) 1708 757800
Place the watch on the platform.
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