Precise identification of water infiltration points from sheaths and chased pipes. Testing of pressure system tightness.
Rainwater seeping through outer sheaths is one of the worst nightmares for constructors. Moreover, the presence of water inside building structures is dangerous because of the corrosive effect of mineral salts. Subject to a few simple conditions, with the trace gas method we can accurately identify the origin of water leaks, including those that are underground or under a floor. Consequently, the leak can be fixed definitively with minimal disruption.