|Dimension without Hood||1850 (L) x 940 (W) x 1780 (H)|
|Output Ports||2 ports, 120 V, 50 Hz|
|Air Supply||5 kg / cm2 FRL|
|Net Weight||850 kgs|
|Coil Diameter||300 mm|
|Input Supply||415 V, 50 Hz, 2 Phase|
|Input Current||135 Amps|
|Duty Cycle||0.5 sec ON 5 sec OFF|
|Part Length Capacity||1750 mm|
|Part Weight Capacity||80 - 90 kgs|
|Tank Capacity||40 Liters|
|Frequency Range||1/2/4/6/10 MHz|
|Suitable||For Testing thin Plates, Tube Walls.|
|Transducer Type||Pressure Transducer, Temperature Transducer, Flow Transducer, Active Transducer|
|Usage||Auto Testing Machine|
|Frequency||0.2 - 20Mhz|
The DEFECTOMETER 2.837 is a modern eddy current instrument for non-destructive testing of conductive materials for surface flaws. The material surface may be painted, lacquered or untreated.
Material with electrical conductivity between 0.5 and 60 MS/m (1 to 103% IACS) can be tested, including ferromagnetic (Fe) materials.
Flaw depth resolution down to approximately 20 μm (less than 0.001 inch under best conditions).
The instrument can also be used for simple hardness testing and material sorting.
Modern microprocessor technology and a RS232 serial interface allow flaw signal documentation on a printer and signal storage on a computer.
Versatility and simplicity make the DEFECTOMETER 2.837 an ideal instrument for maintenance inspection and metal-producing and metal-processing industries.
|Revolution Speed||4.500 RPM|
|Power supply||3 x 400 V Three-Phase|
Economy aspects for testing with FOERSTER :Eddy-current testing with rotating sensors guarantees maximum detection sen-sitivity for surface-open, longitudinally oriented
|Design||Round, Flat, Angled|
|Use||In Eddy Current|
|Test performance||Approx. 600 -1,800 parts per hour.|
From the simple module with plain Yes/No results through to the multi-channel system with statistical evaluation programs.
Circum-ferential or segmented through-type coils allowing maximum testing speed are always used. Typical fields of
application are pipe and tube welding lines, drawing machines and finishing lines. Thin lamp wires with a diameter of a few micro
meters and heat-exchanger tubes are also tested with DEFECTOMAT
State-of-the-art data communication :• State-of-the-art computer technology
|Size||3,5 Color Screen|
|Interfaces||USB, mini USB and SD card|
|Power Supply||Batteries, Battery Pack Or Mains Adapter|
Long term monitoring of magnetic environmental conditions, e.g. prior to installation of magnetic sensitive devices e.g. MRI systems
Testing of feebly magnetic materials and machined components for magnetic remanence
Detection of ferrous inclusions in austenitic steels and nonferrous alloys
Determination of relative magnetic permeability as part of the quality inspection for austenitic steels and feebly magnetic / nonmagnetic alloys
Verify material changes caused by carburization, corrosion, coating reduction or micro structural alteration by permeability comparative measurement