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Features of eddy current instruments
Using eddy current testers can provide you with a range of advantages. They can provide you with a faster scanning speed than if you were to use traditional ultrasonic testing, and in many cases, the probe does not have to be in contact with the test subject. In addition, they can detect even small cracks and problems along the surface of the material. Surfaces will only need minimal amounts of preparation, and many of these testing devices are easily portable, making them a good choice for a range of industries.
About eddy current instruments
Eddy current testing, or ECT, is a type of nondestructive testing that utilizes electromagnetics. It uses electromagnetic induction as a way to detect any potential flaws or defects that are on the surface, and even on the subsurface, of conductive materials. This type of testing is common in several industries, including the petrochemical industry and the aerospace industry.
Eddy Current Instrument Manufacturers
Manufacturers of eddy current testers include Sonic Diagnostics, Magnetic Analysis Corporation, CETM Electrotest, NDT Products, Densoku Instruments Co. Ltd., and United Western Technologies Corporation.