The lightweight electromagnetic yoke is the ideal tool for the detection of surface or sub-surface cracks and flaws in any ferromagnetic material. No other low-cost, portable equipment offers such versatility in Magnetic Particle Inspection.
Fast and simple to operate, it is widely used with either dry or wet method fluorescent or non – fluorescent magnetic powders, in the testing of welds, automotive or railroad components, machine parts, steel and grey iron castings, forgings, and in plan inspection, maintenance, and repair.
Replaceable Cord Replaceable Switch
Water Resistant Flexible Grip
DC Convertible ZC-90 Test Result in DC
- Input supply – 220V, 50Hz, 1 Ph
- Input current – 2 Amps
- The distance across poles – 0 to 300 mm
- Magnetic field AC – Constant level, DC-Pulsed, infinitely variable.
- Lifting power Approx. 27 Kg. at 100mm spacing HWDC mode.
- Yoke Weight 3.5 Kgs approx.
- Controls On/Off Switch, AC/DC Switch, DC Field intensity potentiometer
AC Electromagnetic Yoke
- Choice of constant level AC or variable intensity, pulsed HWDC for surface or sub-surface flaw detectability.
- Solid state circuity for infinitely variable (step less) potentiometric adjustment of DC magnetic field.
- Articulated legs to suit differing component contours.
- Interpol distance adjustable from 0 to 300 mm.
- Low power consumption. Current draw at 220V, 1 Phase supply – only 2Amps.
- Extremely strong and intense magnetic field for superior sensitivity.
- Portable & light weight – only 3.5 Kgs.
- Can be used for AC Demagnetization too.
- No risk of sparking or ‘hot spots’ on the job.
- No current flows through the component being tested.
|A.C. Magnetisation||D.C. (Pulsed) Magnetisation|
||Use of Half Wave D.C. Magnetisation creates a pulsing magnetic field with penetrates the work piece and detects surface and subsurface (Slightly) cracks. Pulsing improves particle mobility and sensitivity. Can be used for dry and even wet method.|
|Ideal Application: Infrequently used systems, Inspections where corrosion protection is vital, On high strength alloys, When maintaining particle concentration is critical, When water might pose an electrical hazard||