INFICON Introduces Hand-held Leak Detector

Syracuse, NY ? January 30, 2004: INFICON introduces the D-TEK Select Refrigerant Leak Detector with extended sensor life and consistent high sensitivity to new refrigerant blends. D-TEK Select combines the features of the field-proven INFICON D-TEK Refrigerant Leak Detector with enhanced capabilities for improved stability and lower cost of ownership in an easy-to-use compact design.

D-TEK Select infrared-absorption sensor technology has a life expectancy ten times better than traditional heated diode sensors and gives consistent performance throughout the lifetime of the sensor.

Indicators for low battery, charging status, and sensor failure allow the user to be proactive in maintaining the unit, improving productivity. D-TEK Select runs on nickel metal hydride batteries, eliminating corrosion and offering a greater charging capacity than other power sources.

For more information, contact INFICON, Two Technology Place, East Syracuse, NY 13057-9714, +1.315.434.1100, email:,

INFICON is a leading developer, manufacturer and supplier of innovative vacuum instrumentation, critical sensor technologies, and advanced process control software for the semiconductor and related industries and other industrial applications. These analysis, measurement and control products are vital to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and end-users in the complex manufacturing of semiconductors, flat panel displays, magnetic and optical storage media and precision optics. INFICON also provides essential instrumentation for gas leak detection and toxic chemical analysis to the air conditioning/refrigeration, emergency response and industrial hygiene markets. Headquartered in Syracuse, New York, INFICON has world-class manufacturing facilities in the United States and Europe and worldwide offices in the U.S., China, France, Germany, Japan, Korea, Liechtenstein, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, and the United Kingdom. For more information about INFICON and its products, please visit the Company?s website at

INFICON Introduces Hand-held Leak Detector
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