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About Full-body inspection/Leakage testing

  • Internationally recognized test standards: Leakage testing according to SEP, DIN, ASTM, API, BS, JIS, ETTC, ENEL and others
  • Inspection: Full-body inspection using encircling coils or multiple segment coils. Often combined with weld seam testing
  • Materials tested: Any ferrous, nonferrous or austenitic materials
  • Tube size: Up to 12 in (30.5 cm)
  • Production speeds: 1???20m/min (3.3???656 fpm). Depends on production line and welding type
  • Magnetization: For ferrous tubes

Eddy current testing is an excellent means of ensuring that tubing is leak-proof. Tubes are tested by encircling coils or multiple segment coils that completely surround the tube body. The eddy current test equipment paint-marks critical defects and assigns each tube to a sort class according to its quality. Test results are fully documented for future verification of tube quality.PRÜFTECHNIK offers a wide variety of eddy current inspection equipment that ranges from the most basic test equipment to powerful testers with wide-reaching capabilites for integration into central production control systems and 8-channel inspection using multiple coil systems.

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Weld seam testing

  • International test standards: Weld seam testing according to SEP, DIN, STM, PI, BS, JIS, ETTC, ENEL, etc.
  • Welding lines: All welding methods such as TIG, laser, HF and ERW we

Thick material inspection (TMI)

Application fields

  • Production type: thick-walled tubes with a longitudinal weld seam; welded seams can be tested in their full thickness
  • Materials: austenitic steel, aluminum, br

Sheathed products

Eddy current technology can be used to detect splices, connecting wedges or joint inside coated material such as steel tubes with PVC insulation. In this example, an EDDYSENSOR and an e

Inline testing

  • Input control: Identification of bad quality material, e.g. rolled wire (drawing lines for thick wire), bar, tube or pipe
  • Quality control: Detection of defective areas in tes