Magnetic Crack Detector Machine for Steel Bars
This Magnetic Crack Detector is a wet horizontal bench-type unidirectional machine that generates circular magnetization meant for checking both bright & black rolled steel round bars. Circular magnetization is achieved by clamping the bar directly between the headstock & tailstock and passing current through it. The machine is capable of detecting longitudinal cracks only. The headshot current can be switched between HWDC & AC for the detection of subsurface & surface cracks. The machine is semi-automatic in operation. All operations, such as loading, spraying, magnetization, demagnetization & unloading, are automatic. The only manual operation is the inspection.
The Magnetic Crack Detector machine has nylon rollers for placing & rotating the bar on the machine during the inspection.
Adjustable magnetization time of up to 2.0 seconds allows for the complete development of indications.
Available in various part lengths & diameter ranges.
The Magnetic Crack Detector machine is provided with a dark room frame, hood & curtains so that inspection with fluorescent inks can also be carried out.
Product BENEFITS & APPLICATIONS
- Fully Automatic operation
- SCR-based digital current control for accuracy & precision
- Feedback loop ensures repeatability
- Reverse agitation system keeps the powder always dissolved in the carrier fluid
- Pneumatic clamping ensures no sparks
- 7-inch Touch Screen for operator comfort
- PLC-controlled operation for faster & reliable testing
- Low voltage output for operator safety
- Operator controlled the Poka yoke for the demagnetization cycle
- Bright Steel Bars
- Black Steel Bars
Horizontal Clamping Models
Head Shot Capacity
Maximum Bar Length
Minimum Bar Length
Maximum Bar Diameter
Minimum Bar Diameter
4000A AC & HWDC
5000A AC & HWDC
6000A AC & HWDC
8000A AC & HWDC
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