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Precision detection down to the millimeter! Multi-Conveyor has recently built a mild-steel constructed conveyor that provides gap registration and bent tip detection for a tubed product. The customer requested a detection system to detect a bent nozzle tip that was 4 mm out of center to be rejected. The camera/vision system has the ability to either enlarge or shrink this area of rejection as... Read More
Available in 4 models, NORTEC 600 Series provides Application Selection menu, all-in-one display, real-time readings, and signal calibration in Freeze mode. NORTEC 600 delivers basic single frequency eddy current inspection; NORTEC 600C adds digital conductivity and coating thickness measurements; NORTEC 600S adds rotating scanner use; and NORTEC 600D adds dual frequency capabilities. Featuring... Read More
To meet range of application requirements, OmniScan MX supports conventional eddy current testing (ECT), eddy current array (ECA), and bond testing (BT) C-scan technology via 2 module versions. Both modules are compatible with MXE (ECT/ECA) and MXB (BT C-scan) software, facilitating transition between technologies. In ECA mode, flaw detector can perform inspections through thin coatings on... Read More
Available with portable EPOCH 600 Ultrasonic Flaw Detector, Corrosion Module includes automatic ultrasonic setups based on transducer selection, Automatic Gain Control, thickness gage measurement algorithm, V-Path correction, and transducer wear compensation using automatic zero function. Module also features corrosion-style data logger file types, color-coded Grid View, and timed B-scan view for... Read More
With single operation mode, every item of Omniscan v4.1 interface is always accessible. Title bar provides instant access to main display options, and most common functions are available through interactive menus of full-screen mode, offering tablet-like operation. For applications requiring multi-probe configuration, multi-group layouts are optimized so that scanner configuration is reflected... Read More
Equipped with 8.4 in. touchscreen for displaying software interface, OmniScan® SX flaw detectors provide solution for linear zero-degree inspections, such as corrosion mapping and composite inspection, as well as weld inspection using one phased array group or one TOFD channel. Model SX PA is 16:64PR phased array unit, which is equipped with UT channel for pulse-echo, pitch-catch, or... Read More
OmniScan MX2 supports 2-channel conventional ultrasound module (UT2), which can be used for TOFD (Time-of-Flight Diffraction) inspections, and onboard software featuring TOFD-specific capabilities/features. In addition to pulser voltages (340 V), PRF capabilities, and SNR, features include TOFD wizard, PCS calibration tool, multiple TOFD screen layouts, Lateral Wave straightening function,... Read More
Olympus NDT Introduces New Phased Array and Ultrasound Modules, NDT SetupBuilder, and OmniPC Software to Expand the Capabilities of the OmniScan MX2 Flaw DetectorNov 19, 2012
Olympus NDT, the leader in industrial ultrasound phased array instrumentation, is pleased to introduce the latest hardware and software advances for the innovative OmniScan MX2 flaw detector. Olympus now offers the PA2 second generation Phased Array module with a UT channel, and the UT2 two-channel conventional ultrasound module that can be used for TOFD (Time-of-Flight Diffraction), as well as... Read More
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For expanded capabilities, OmniScan MX2 Flaw Detector is available with PA2 Phased Array module with UT channel, and UT2 two-channel conventional ultrasound module that can be used for Time-of-Flight Diffraction. NDT SetupBuilder software can create inspection setups based on configuration of component or part to be inspected, while OmniPC software revision provides comprehensive data analysis... Read More
With optimized data storage capacity and transfer rate, OmniScan MX2 provides inspection capabilities for manual and automated phased array applications. Integral 10.4 in. LCD touchscreen facilitates navigation, text input, and parameter setup, while SD card and USB interfaces provide connectivity. Fully compatible with phased array modules already in field, modular instrument comes with all... Read More
Comprised of OmniScan MX PA flaw detector, OmniScan MXU software with corrosion mapping, and HydroFORM Phased Array Probe Carrier with Mini-Wheel encoder, HydroFORM System provides non-destructive testing of metal plates, pipes, and welded components for detection of internal corrosion, mid-wall anomalies, and environmentally damage mechanisms. Phased array probes cover area up to 2.36 in. wide... Read More
Available in 2 hardware configurations, EPOCH 600 can be adjusted with knob or navigation area on keypad. Key standard flaw detection features include 400 V PerfectSquare(TM) tunable square wave pulser, digital filtering, single shot measurements at up to 2,000 Hz PRF, dynamic DAC/TVG, onboard DGS/AVG, and Echo-to-Echo measurements with gate tracking. Built to withstand hazardous environments,... Read More
Using non-destructive electromagnetic-inductive technology, RopeQ assesses inner and outer wires and strands of wire rope. Verifiable conditions can then be compared against discard criteria to ensure safe use. Able to detect flaws not visible on surface, tool fastens to wire rope assemblies and records series of interior images along entire length. Diagnostic survey pinpoints all areas and... Read More
Consisting of COBRA 1-axis manual scanner, OmniScan® MX Phased Array flaw detector with 16:128 module, and OmniScan MXU software, system offers inspection solution for circumferential welds in pipes with diameters as small as 0.84 in. OD. Featuring spring-loaded design, COBRA clamps onto carbon steel and stainless steel pipes and can hold 2 low-profile phased array probes for complete inspection... Read More
Using ultrasonic immersion detector, Elektron® Ultrasonix operator can ultrasonically check products to Aerospace Material Specification AMS 2154. Automatic ultrasonic flaw detection within immersion tank removes inherent operator error, enabling repeatable checking of material cleanliness. Supported by K-scan data acquisition and analysis software, machine is custom-built to check both round... Read More
Designed with horizontal case and sunlight-readable VGA display, EPOCH 1000 Series features 6 kHz max pulse rate frequency with single-shot measurements, tunable square wave pulser, digital receiver, and digital filter sets for signal-to-noise clarity. Phased array imaging allows simultaneous inspection of multiple focal laws and various angles in single scan. Detectors are suited for inspections... Read More
Available in 3 upgradeable models, Phasor Flaw Detectors are suited for applications ranging from corrosion monitoring to defect detection and sizing. Portable phased array Phasor XS provides highest resolution and probability of inspection, while mid-level Phasor 16/16 Weld combines phased array and conventional capability and produces full color image scans that can be stored as jpg for remote... Read More
Phasec 3 is single-frequency instrument for crack and corrosion detection and conductivity and coating measurements, while Phasec 3s adds dynamic rotating inspection capability and Phasec 3d adds dual-frequency capability to 3s for inspection at 2 different depths. Devices feature ¼ VGA TFT display with choice of 8 color combinations to differentiate between stored and active signals. Units have... Read More
OmniScan® MXE flaw detector offers eddy current (EC) and eddy current array (ECA) technologies used to detect surface and slight subsurface defects in metallic structures. Included MXE v2.0 software offers interface with step-by-step Wizard Assistance Menu that accelerates calibration and setup of application parameters. Alarm features offer flexible setup conditions, and other features include... Read More
Customers visiting GE Aviation's Customer Technical Education Center can see how GE's inspection equipment is used in the aviation industry Billerica, Mass. - April 2, 2008. - Today, GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies opens its customer display area at GE Aviation's Customer Technical Education Center (CTEC) in Cincinnati, Ohio. CTEC is GE Aviation's state-of-the art training facility, with a... Read More