Hydrostatic Testing


Hydrostatic Testing

Hydrostatic testing is a process in which pressure vessels will be tested for strength and leaks. Vessels such as pipelines, plumbing, gas cylinders, boilers and fuel tanks.

Hydrostatic testing & static testing for leaks is most commonly detected in the wall or in the slab foundation and can be found in residential and commercial properties. Pin hole leaks are super difficult to locate, not to mention see or smell. However, an isolation leak test will discover the tiniest of holes.

Hydrostatic Testing

Hydrostatic Pressure Testing (How it's done)

An overall test is a basic general analysis of the system. At least one first floor toilet must be removed from the floor. As this allows for a place to monitor and access the drain system. The drain line is blocked with an inflatable ball, filled with water and monitored for results:

Hydrostatic testing is the most common method employed for testing pipes and pressure vessels. Using this test helps maintain safety standards and durability of a vessel over time. Hydraulic testing is a hazardous process and will be performed with caution by competent personnel. Adhering to prescribed procedures defined in relevant technical standards appropriate to the specific application  will  reduce these risks to an acceptable level. Alamo Plumbing Solutions is qualified and licensed (Lic M# 39431) to perform the Hydrostatic Pressure Test.

     At Alamo Plumbing Solutions, we are trained to identify symptoms of water line cracks and leaks using the best plumbing tools & static testing equipment.  Able to be run dry and handle up to 10% chlorine solutions, this pump features integral manifolds.

     With over 15 years of serving San Antonio, we offer affordable plumbing services to  residential and commercial customers all over San Antonio. Our trained expert technicians are knowledgeable and passionate about satisfying our customer needs.

     If you think you have a leak, call today! We are fully insured and licensed (Lic M#39431) and can be reached at any time. (210) 607-5325 (LEAK)