What is Seal Integrity testing?
Simply, we are able to test the water-tightness or "seal integrity" of the RV's exterior envelope and its weather seals with more certainty than what visual inspections can accomplish.
We use noninvasive, leak testing methods using specialized, calibrated equipment connected to a handheld computer. The equipment uses multiple sensors to help expose, measure and locate potential RV roof areas, joints and sidewall cavities for water tightness.
One method is to put the seals under a specific, safe, load by pressurizing the cabin. This allows us to test for various types of seal failures that can leak. It is also called Bubble Testing. Much like trying to find a gas pipe leak and looking for bubbles. We coat RV seals with our bubbling solution over the seals to identify air leaks. Where air can escape, water can get in. For more challenging areas we use other types of equipment and processes to find leaks. These are proven methods of leak detection to aid in the exposure of rainwater leaks found on all five exterior sides of the RV.
Upon arrival, pre-testing preparation is equally important to ensure fast, safe and reliable results.
Don't wait for a visible leak inside.
Regular testing checkups are the best defense for checking both visible and hidden seals prone to leaks.
Pressure Bubble Testing is not always the answer. We use various methods of noninvasive RV leak testing for different reasons.
Documented Proof of a Multi-Point Completion
RV ProSeal's multi-point test is the first in the RV industry to provide a documented report highlighting the green, yellow & red system for each point tested. Our report puts the owner in more control when making repair decisions. Owners can choose who, what, when, and prioritize which repairs to complete.
We use water to rinse down the RV after completing Bubble testing.
Our RV maintenance service vehicles come to the camping sites of RV parks fully contained to power our sprayers.