This is particularly important in the event of a repair being carried out on a microwave found to be leaking at unsafe levels.
Once a repair has been completed, a follow-up leakage test should be made to confirm that the leakage has been eliminated or reduced to acceptable levels and that all seals have been repaired and/or replaced correctly. Alternatively, if the repair has been completed to an unsatisfactory standard, or using incorrect components, a subsequent test will verify that the leak still requires attention. Any post repair testing should be made using a fully calibrated instruments such as those offered for sale by Celtek or any reputable instrument manufacturer.
To discuss your business’ microwave safety requirements, please call Celtek on 0161-282-9615 or email email@example.com