Electronic leak detection (ELD) is often referred to as Electronic Field Vector Mapping (EFVM). There are two methods of ELD, low-voltage and high-voltage. These testing methods utilize electrical current to test the integrity of roofing and waterproofing membranes. Our electronic leak detection equipment will assist in locating pinholes, leaks, and areas of weakness in non-conductive roofing membranes. This type of testing is critical prior to project closeout or prior to the installation of overburden, pavers, etc. This testing method often replaces traditional flood testing due to ELDs level of accuracy and speed of completion.
Low Voltage Electronic Leak Detection: Enables testing on wet (water present) waterproofing and roofing membranes.
High Voltage Electronic Leak Detection: Enables testing on dry (no water present) waterproofing and roofing membranes.
Developing roof management programs, performing roof inspections, and designing reroofs are still our main focus but we are excited to offer a full lineup of complimentary services to meet our clients’ needs. Please contact me to schedule a demo of this testing method or to learn more about what we do. We look forward to hearing from you.
Cale Prokopf, RRO