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Leak

Slang.

1. In stocks or other securities, to lose value slowly.

2. In bonds, to slowly increase in yield over the risk-free rate of return, which indicates gradually increasing risk.
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For Fix a Leak Week, FloLogic urges everyone to observe practical steps to stop leaks, and to consider adding smart water control technology to their connected homes so all leaks are recognized as soon as they appear.
InfoWatch Analytical Center has released a report on data leaks from high-tech companies in 2016, according to which the world saw approximately 30% growth in the number of such leaks and more than an eightfold increase in the volume of compromised data.
The three countries recording the lowest percentage of deal leaks in 2016 were Canada, France and the UK.
Automakers can already detect the major leaks which tend to be visible, but they have great difficulty detecting small leaks which cause damage over an extended period of time, said Shahriar Rokhsaz, CEO, RFMicron.
The leak detection market report analyzes the market by type, technology and geography.
Protec P3000(XL) also can detect leaks from a considerable distance and provides the lowest detectable leak rate on the market.
In addition to regulatory requirements, other characteristics that affect the choice of leak detection system may include technical and environmental parameters, such as the length of the pipeline, whether it runs above or below ground, and the volume, type and quantity of different products to be transported.
uk/showbiz/403727/Kelly-Brook-naked-pictures-leaked-by-celebrity-hacker ) reported that Brook's rep refused to comment on the alleged leak.
Repairing leaks is not the problem, but with many techniques and technologies available, using the most appropriate method for your system to find them, can be confusing, as there are many common leak detection methods available.
In 2013, OptaSense have taken fibre sensing a step further by delivering simultaneously on a single fibre boththeir event prevention (TPI) and a novel advanced multi-modal leak detection approach,that fuses a range of leak signatures which promises to revolutionise leak detection (damage awareness).
Hydrogen makes an excellent leak indicator as it penetrates the smallest fractures in pipe work joints and components due to its exceptionally small molecular size.