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Swagelok Singapore, Philippines and Bruwell

Your Authorized Swagelok Sales and Service Center

Compressed Gas Leak Detection Evaluation and Advisory Services

Minimize Revenue Loss and Maximize System Efficiency With Leak Detection Services

If you experience utility costs rising, safety alarms activating, production or lab processes becoming difficult to control, or product batches failing to meet quality standards, system leaks may be to blame. Find them and adopt a plan to fix them by working with our field engineers.

Our field engineers provide compressed gas leak detection services. We help you identify compressed gas leaks and quantify leak rates so you can prioritize the most critical issues to address, based on safety, cost and productivity.

We can help you:

  • Mitigate safety risks
  • Improve fluid system efficiency
  • Increase reliability of outputs
  • Reduce energy consumption
  • Reduce operating costs associated with gas leaks
  • Reduce emissions in everyday plant operations


Customer Success Story

Chemical Company Saves $65,000 with Improved Process Control and Compressed Air Quality


A chemical company is having difficulty in controlling production processes because of leaks in their plant's compressed air distribution system.  They have observed that their products batches did not meet quality standards and had to be discarded. Leaks also caused issues with product bagging equipment which made it hard to get finished product to customers. They needed assistance with identifying issues within the plant's compressed air system and prioritizing repairs.



  • Field engineers conducted a leak detection evaluation on the compressed air system
  • Field engineers identified leaks, determined root causes, and showcased system design issues contributing to the problem
  • They provided list of recommended improvements to prioritized to optimize the system
  • Field engineers collaborated with the customer to create new design standards for several aging systems
  • The customer's team was trained to implement changes effectively


  • Leaks accounting for $65,000 in compressed air loss and poor compressed air quality
  • The company's products are now meeting quality standards