Leak Testing & Detection Equipment & Systems
Turnkey Solutions for Leak Testing, Functional Testing, and Test Centric Assembly
Founded in 1973, InterTech Development Company is a world leader in test-centric assembly and test technology, specializing in automated leak and functional testing with 7 patented mass flow and hydraulic technologies as well as proven expertise in helium mass spectrometry.
InterTech Development Company-engineered solutions are utilized globally by hundreds of manufacturers worldwide in the automotive, medical and industrial device markets.
InterTech’s competitive advantage is leading-edge technology, in-depth experience and single-source capability for all your testing and application requirements. Detailed engineering analyses of specific application requirements and best-match test technology, maintaining best of class quality standards at the lowest cost, are available from InterTech’s Testing Applications Laboratory for no charge.
ISO 9001 Registered | ISO 17025 Accredited
Certificate # 68301-IS5 | Certificate # L2197
The global automotive industry relies on InterTech for maximum yields, guaranteed Gauge R&R, shortest test cycle times, decreased time to market, reduced costs.
InterTech is helping medical equipment manufacturers cut time to market by up to 15% through superior fixturing design, low-cost instrumentation and fast leak test cycle times.
InterTech Applications Lab combines patented testing technology and leading edge engineering to achieve the highest quality standards, saving manufacturers time and money.
This is advanced technology customers readily appreciate for increasing accuracy, speed, R&R, reliability and convenience in their production line leak and flow testing.
I’ve encountered some who contend that a leak can be defined by the diameter of a hole. Really? A hole diameter cannot be traceable to NIST or similar standards. Simply put, it does not afford the accurate calibration of leak measurements.–Jacques E. Hoffmann, President
To this day, many mistakenly use much more expensive helium leak-testing
methods because they do not appreciate that state-of-the-art mass-flow leak
detectors can achieve required accuracies.
–Jacques E. Hoffmann, President
Why are we still dragging our feet on metrics? As engineers I’m sure we can all agree that switching to metric is the right thing to do. Sooner rather than later.–Jacques E. Hoffmann, President