HAND HELD ULTRASONIC THICKNESS GAUGES
for wall thickness measurement, corrosion monitoring and
general thickness measurement of most materials.
SMALL, LIGHT, ACCURATE, EASY TO USE, AFFORDABLE
Ultrasonic Flaw Detectors
DFX-6 series ultrasonic flaw detectors are full featured digital instruments
designed to handle the simplest to the most difficult applications.
Whether the application requires high penetration for materials that
are difficult to measure, or high resolution for precision aerospace parts,
the DFX series flaw detectors are equipped with the necessary
features to do the job.
Coating Thickness Gauges
HAND HELD COATING THICKNESS GAUGES
Measure non-ferromagnetic metal coatings such as chrome, copper and zinc as well as paint, lacquer, enamel or plastic coatings on steel and iron.
Measure paint, lacquer, enamel or plastic coatings on non-ferromagnetic metal substrate materials; anodic coatings on aluminum as well as electrically conductive coatings on non-conducting materials.
Measure non-metallic coatings on wood, concrete and many other non-metallic substrates.
Fischer Technology Gauges
MPO and MPOR with Integral Probe
Deltascope (Ferrous Substrates)
Isoscope (Non-Ferrous Substrates)
Dualscope (both Fe & NFe Substrates)
Phascope (Phase-Sensitive EC Coating Measurement)
Feritscope (Ferrite Content Tester)
Sigmascope (Conductivity Tester)
Mini-Max Bolt Tension Monitor
The MINI-MAX Ultrasonic Bolt Tension Monitor, defines the state of the art in the measurement of the actual elongation produced by tightening a threaded fastener.
The MINI-MAX can measure the elongation very accurately in fasteners of virtually any material from 1/2 inch to 4 feet in length. The measurement is achieved by determining the change in the transit time, of an ultrasonic shock wave along the length of the fastener as the fastener is tightened by any method. The on-board microcomputer automatically interprets this time measurement to display the time(nanoseconds), elongation, load, stress, or %strain from stretching a fastener.
AC Field Measurement (ACFM)
The ACFM technique is ideally suited for defect detection and sizing when electrical contact is impossible or undesirable. It is especially useful for rapid scanning and for sizing through paint and rust, both topside and underwater.
The ACFM technique has now been widely accepted by certifying authorities and the majority of offshore operators as an acceptable technique for the detection of surface breaking fatigue cracks either on uncoated or coated steel structures.
The AMIGO is one of a series of nondestructive testing ACFM instruments manufactured by TSC Inspection Systems (TSC), developed for the detection and sizing of defects in electrical conducting material. The new AMIGO represents a significant advance in topside inspection technology.
Magnetic Crawler - MARKI
NDT International, Inc. has developed a magnetic wheeled crawler inspection system that offers a complete, portable AC or DC powered, inspection vehicle usable for ultrasonic thickness measurement of steel storage tanks, piping and other steel structures. It has been adapted for other similar applications where inspection is not easily accessible by normal methods. The steerable crawler vehicle is powered by two 12 VDC high torque gear motors and carries a center mounted spring-loaded ultrasonic transducer and water line.
Vacuum Boxes for Leak Testing
These vacuum devices are pre-tested to assure maximum reliability. The designs have been thoroughly field tested for several years in a variety of applications. These vacuum boxes do not require a vacuum pump but employ the venturi effect using compressed air (plant site or compressor supplied) to evacuate air from inside the boxes. Each vacuum box is supplied with the air ejector assembly and a vacuum gauge.