This process involves soaking the ball lock disconnect in water and pumping gas through one entrance hole while the opposite side hole is stabilized and sealed on a testing machine. Once the product is soaked in the water, the machine will automatically release high pressure air into the entrance of the ball lock disconnect; if it is sealed, the product won’t generate bubbles.
Gas manifolds have to be airtight. We test this through connecting a gas tube to the entrance side of the gas manifold before soaking it in water. If it generates small bubbles, the part must be sent back to the assembly line for a complete rebuild.
Due to the nature of our manufacturing techniques, we always make sure that every metal part is free of scratches or glitches. If we find any, this item will be removed from the assembly line.
If a part is designed to screw into a threaded or drilled hole, its smooth rotation will be tested before part approval.
Similarly, whether they’re gas sealed or liquid sealed, any parts that fit together are rigorously tested before they are shipped.