Fundamentals of Magnetic Particle Inspection 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...
Magnetic Particle Testing Equipment
Magnetic Particle Testing (MPT) is a powerful inspection method used to detect surface and subsurface discontinuities in ferromagnetic materials. As an essential service under Third-Party Inspection, MPT plays a crucial role in assuring the quality, safety, and longevity of various products and components.
The Need for Magnetic Particle Testing
In today’s competitive marketplace, the integrity and reliability of products have become paramount. Magnetic Particle Testing, when conducted by an impartial third party, serves as a trusted means to:
This machine produces multi-directional magnetization to detect defects in all orientations in a single shot. This is different from the combined magnetization shot used in conventional machines, which is not as per ASTM standards.
Our PLC-based MPI test bench units go a step ahead of conventional machines for MPI inspection. They are used across a wide range of industries, such as aerospace, marine automotive, oilfield equipment & railways.
Our standard MPI test bench units set the standard for MPI inspection. They are used across a wide range of industries, such as automotive, fasteners, hand tools, oil field equipment, railways, and education & training for the detection of surface & subsurface defects. These benches are two vector machines.
Our mobile current generators are suited for testing large and very heavy parts using the magnetic particle inspection method. Suitable for parts that can’t be loaded on a stationery-type machine. These units feature AC and Half Wave DC output.
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Magnetic Field Generation In the early nineteenth century, Hans Christian Oersted made a pivotal observation: an electric current coursing through a wire could alter the orientation of a nearby compass needle. This observation implied that the wire's electric current...
Magnetization Methods Several techniques are available to create a magnetic field within a component to facilitate evaluation through magnetic particle inspection. These methods are often categorized into two main groups: direct and indirect magnetizing methods....