Mobile Dry Helium Leak Detector
The Agilent HLD MD30 Dry Leak Detector uses a mass spectrometer tuned to detect helium, which is used as a tracer gas to locate and/or measure very small leaks in enclosed devices or systems.

The mobile HLD MD30 is both a precise instrument and a robust workhorse, featuring an easy-to-use touch screen interface and menu structure that quickly connect users to powerful leak detection capabilities. Built-in application setups shorten test cycles, and setups can be saved to assure repeatability. It is easily rolled to convenient locations on its four wheels. The MD30 includes an oil-free Agilent TriScroll 620 Dry Scroll Pump, with a pumping speed of 30 m3/hour, for very rapid evacuation of test parts and systems and rapid clean-up of ambient helium between test cycles.

Key features

    • Six different application set up guides helps you correctly configure your instrument for the best performance, ensuring that parameters are properly set for a thorough and efficient test.
    • Larger, more durable, more responsive touch screen interface rotates 180° for ideal viewing.
    • Cleaner, more intuitive user interface. Immediate access to often used features and a flat menu structure allows you to quickly find the setting you need.
    • Startup wizard helps user set up the instrument on first-time power up.
    • Enhanced charting capabilities: Zoom for closer inspection of data, color-coded set points, time-based plot records leak rate and pressure.
    • A large work surface provides plenty of room for parts to be tested, tools, etc.
    • Improved power-off process keeps spectrometer under vacuum and protects the turbomolecular pump.
    • Improved maneuverability for easier access to narrow service areas and chases in semiconductor fabs or other production environments.
    • Dry vacuum pump eliminates the risk of oil contamination of test parts and systems.