The ROHMANN-inspection trolley is made from ultra-lightweight carbon fiber and is easily handled by just one operator. The trolley can be assembled and disassembled without tools within a matter of minutes. It is versatile and may be equipped with a variety of eddy-current test instruments depending on the inspection at hand.
The ELOTEST M3 offers a large size LCD display with stunning definition and brightness. When multiple inspectors have to review images for evaluation or precise handling of the probe does not allow capability of holding the instrument, the M3 will be the instrument of choice based on the large display and intuitiveness of the parameter adjustments.
The ELOTEST M2 is a universal one-hand test instrument for surfaces, bore holes and hidden structures. In addition, it measures the conductivity and layer thickness of all materials. The ELOTEST M2 features a DUAL-frequency inspection with mix and covers the entire frequency range from 10Hz to 12MHz
The B1’s proven eddy-current technology and the latest software and hardware components have been combined into a powerful instrument that may be used with or without an external computer. Additional software (e. g. ScanAlyzer) further expands the already excellent features of the B300.
The ELOTEST HST trolley has been designed for the manual testing of large semi-finished flat products such as heavy plates with the Eddy+ method. It is modular in design and can be adapted to customer requirements. ELOTEST HST test system is predestined for use in harsh steelwork environments. An integrated battery solution makes the test system independent of the mains.
The high performance rotor in a high-strength anodized aluminum housing. The EC 15 compact rotor is a compact, high performance rotor for contactless in-line testing of circular materials, such as wires, bars and tubes in a range of dimensions from 1.5 to 15 mm.
There are national and international standards as well as guidelines by manufacturers and operators that specify minimum requirements for inspection systems used for many applications. We are able to quickly and flexibly respond to the customers’ requirements with a multitude of probe types. If a special probe has to be developed for a particular inspection we can fall back on a wealth of know-how.
From the simple version with groove to complex geometries – also with calibration certificate.
As the eddy current method is an indirect testing process, reference standards with artificially produced failure points are needed to reproduce the appropriate comparison signals.