ELECTRONIC LEAK DETECTION SPECIALISTS
Today electronic leak detection (ELD) often replaces flood testing and is being used on waterproofing membranes installed on roofs, plaza decks, pools, water features, covered reservoirs and other roofing and waterproofing applications. The ELD test methods (ASTM D8231) are applicable for membranes made of materials such as polyethylene, polypropylene, polyvinyl chloride, bituminous material, and other electrically insulating materials.
The IntegriScan is also the only FM Approved Electronic Leak Detection testing equipment.
Certified TruGround® Primer application supervision.
A patented formulation that enables what was, until now, not possible: A truly reliable Electronic Leak Detection (ELD) test for conventional roof assemblies.
TruGround® Conductive Primer provides the required conductive substrate DIRECTLY below the membrane to ensure valid ELD testing per ASTM D8231-19.
For a consultation call: (743) 368-0170. Serving commercial, industrial and institutional structures.
Michigan State Capitol Restoration and Infrastructure Upgrade, Lansing
Breaches Can Be Repaired During Testing
Electronic Leak Detection (ELD) testing confirms the integrity of the waterproofing/roofing membrane installation. This method tests 100% of the waterproofing/roofing membrane versus other “hunt and peck” methods. It can reliably test vertical surfaces, wall junctions, perimeter details and membrane penetrations.
We can pinpoint breaches during membrane installation so repairs can be made immediately. Breach repairs can be re-tested the same day ensuring minimal impact to your construction schedule. We can test up to 40,000 sq. ft. per day.
The Most Accurate Results
Other testing methods eventually prove inconclusive on many membrane assembly types. The advanced technology behind JST Development’s testing methods goes much further.
Hart Plaza Renovation, Detroit
Roof Inspection, Chicago
Cleveland Clinic Samson Pavilion, Cleveland
High-Rise Condo Development, Pittsburg
30,000 Square Foot Rooftop, Indianapolis
Museum EPDM Roof with TruGround®
40,000 Square Foot Water Treatment Tank, Cleveland
Electronic Leak Detection (ELD) may also be referred to as: Membrane Integrity Survey, Membrane Integrity Testing, Moisture Survey, EFVP, LV-ELD, Electronic Breach Detection, Low Voltage Testing, High Voltage Testing, Electrical Conductance Testing, Electronic Water Test, Electric Field Vector Mapping, EFVM, Spark Testing, Holiday Testing