Scanners Type

  • WeldROVER: It is a simple, industrial-strength, one-axis encoded motorized scanner that offers fully automated data acquisition. It is designed for providing more stable inspections than that of a manual scanner. It is highly suitable for performing phased array weld inspections on ferromagnetic piping or vessel girth welds. It can be configured with up to six probes for phased array, TOFD, and conventional UT inspection.
  • Mini-Wheel: This encoder is specially used for positioning and dimensioning defects in the scan axis. It is capable of synchronizing data acquisition with the probe’s movement. It is waterproof to operate in challenging environments. This encoder is made of stainless steel and features sealed bearings for long-lasting operation.
  • COBRA: COBRA manual scanner, along with the OmniScan PA flaw detector is used for circumferential weld inspection on small-diameter pipes. The COBRA can hold up to two PA probes for inspection of pipes whose outside diameters range from 0.84in to 4.5in. With its extremely thin shape, this manual scanner can inspect pipes in limited access areas.
  • HST-Lite: It is the perfect device for cost-effective and one-channel TOFD inspections with supreme signal quality. Magnetic wheels along with spring-loaded probe holders offer adequate stability needed for performing high-quality, one-line inspections. It can be used on flat surfaces and around the circumference of pipes with outside diameters are as small as 4.5in (114.3mm).
  • HST-X04: It is a time-of-flight diffraction (TOFD) manual scanner, which offers an efficient, low-cost, and versatile weld inspection solution. This manually deployed single-axis scanner is used on pipes, pressure vessels, storage tanks, and structural components. It can operate in any orientation – on flat surfaces or on pipes that have up to 2in (51mm) outside diameter.
  • HSMT-Compact: It is a light, small and versatile, manual one-axis encoded scanner. It can be used with up to four probes on plates and for circumferential scans on pipes as small as 4in the schedule (4.5in OD). The frame can be extended outside the limit of the wheels by changing the length of the scanner, providing a configuration that is well suited for hard-to-reach places.
  • HSMT-Flex: It is designed for one-axis encoded inspection of circumference welds on pipes of 4.5in (114.3mm) OD or more. The scanner comes with four probe holders but can accommodate a total of eight probes with optional probe holders. For most efficient inspections, the mounted probes can be either phased array or conventional UT. The unique feature of the scanner is its ability to bend in the center, allowing the scanner to fit on smaller pipes.

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