Introduction to Magnetic Particle Inspection (MPI) stands as a non-destructive technique employed to detectsurface & sub surface defects in ferrous components. This method proves to be both swift and comparatively straightforward in its application, with less...
Differential flux analysis
Differential Flux Analysis – Revolutionizing Magnetic Domain Analysis
Features of Differential Flux Analysis
- High Resolution: Detailed mapping of magnetic domains.
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- Advanced Algorithms: Superior accuracy in evaluations.
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|Resolution Capability||2Up to sub-micrometre precision|
|Data Processing Speed||Real-time analysis|
|Connectivity Options||USB, Ethernet, Wi-Fi capabilities|
|Compliance Standards||Meets international regulatory norms|
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- Material Characterization: In-depth evaluation of ferrous metals.
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- Renewable Energy Sector: Assessment of magnetic components.
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