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Line Leak Detector Maintenance Checklist

Line leak detectors (LLD) are divided into two categories: Mechanical Line Leak Detectors (MLLD) and Electronic Line Leak Detectors (ELLD). Mechanical line leak detectors are designed to perform frequent testing of the piping to detect catastrophic leaks (3 gph or higher). This app ensures that detailed records are collected and that each mechanic or maintenance worker is performing proper inspections and maintenance. The app is 100% customizable to meet your specific needs and works with or without internet.

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Line Leak Detector Maintenance Checklist

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For equipment start-up or annual equipment certification, was a leak simulated to verify LLD performance?

Simulated leak rate

Is the audible alarm operational?

Is the visible alarm operational?

If alarms are relayed to remote monitoring system, is all communication equipment (e.g. modem) operational?

Was monitoring system set-up reviewed to ensure proper settings?

Was the testing apparatus properly calibrated?

For mechanical LLDs, does the LLD restrict product flow if it detects a leak?

For electronic LLDs, have all accessible wiring connections been visually inspected?

For electronic LLDs, does the turbine shut off if the LLD detects a leak?

For electronic LLDs, does the turbine shut off if any portion of the monitoring system is disabled or disconnected?

For electronic LLDs, does the turbine shut off if any portion of the monitoring system malfunctions or fails a self-test?

Were all LLDs confirmed operational and accurate within regulatory requirements?

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