Mobile Current Generators
Mobile Power Packs: Electromagnetic Current Generators for AC or HWDC Magnetization.
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.
Magnetization time of up to 3.0 seconds allows for the complete development of indications.
Available in various amperages.
A pair of direct contact prods is provided along with the machine. One of the prods has a switch for starting the magnetization cycle.
Product BENEFITS & APPLICATIONS
- SCR-based digital current control for accuracy & precision
- Feedback loop ensures repeatability
- Large easy digital readout for reading from a distance
- AC to HWDC changeover uses solid-state circuitry, hence no changeover sound
- Low voltage output for operator safety
- Large Castings
- Steel Industry
- On Site Inspections
Horizontal Clamping Models
|Model||Current Capacity||Cables Included|
|MK-20-MP||2000A AC & HWDC||120mm2—3m X2|
|MK-30-MP||3000A AC & HWDC||120mm2—5m X2|
|MK-40-MP||4000A AC & HWDC||120mm2—5m X2|
|MK-50-MP||5000A AC & HWDC||120mm2—5m X4|
|MK-60-MP||6000A AC & HWDC||120mm2—5m X4|
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