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Magnetic Particle Detecting Device

Magnetic Particle Detecting Device

1000000 INR/Unit

Product Details:

  • Product Type Portable Magnetic Particle Detector
  • Usage Industrial
  • Color Gray & Red
  • Accuracy 100 %
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Magnetic Particle Detecting Device Price And Quantity

  • 1000000 INR/Unit
  • 1 Unit

Magnetic Particle Detecting Device Product Specifications

  • Industrial
  • Gray & Red
  • 100 %
  • Portable Magnetic Particle Detector

Magnetic Particle Detecting Device Trade Information

  • 1000 Unit Per Day
  • 1 Week

Product Description

A magnetic particle detecting device, also known as a magnetic particle inspection (MPI) tool, is used to find surface and near-surface discontinuities in ferromagnetic materials. These discontinuities can be cracks, laps, seams, welds, and other defects that can compromise the integrity of the material.

Magnetic particle detecting device is a widely used nondestructive testing (NDT) method that is used in a variety of industries, including:

1. Aerospace

2. Automotive

3. Oil and gas

4. Power generation

5. Shipbuilding

6. Welding

Magnetic particle detecting device is a relatively simple and inexpensive NDT method that can be used to inspect a wide variety of parts and materials. It is a valuable tool for ensuring the safety and reliability of critical components.

Magnetic Particle Detecting Device Specifications:

1. Fault Detection Speed: Less Then 6 m/m

2. Material: Stainless Steel

3. Frequency: 50 Hz

4. Voltage: 220V

5. Current: 5A

6. Model Name/Number: PRO-UR-MT-MPT-3

7. Temperature Rise Of Probe: Greater then 60 degree

Magnetic Particle Detecting Device FAQ:

Q. What can magnetic particle detectors find?

Ans: Magnetic particle detectors are primarily used to identify surface and near-surface cracks, laps, seams, welds, and other discontinuities in ferromagnetic materials like steel, iron, nickel, and cobalt. They cannot detect defects in non-ferromagnetic materials like aluminum, copper, or plastics.

Q. What are the different types of magnetic particle detectors?

Ans: Currently, there are 3 types.

1. Yoke magnets: Portable, hand-held devices that use electromagnets to create a localized magnetic field. Good for quick inspections on small areas.

2. Wet benches: Stationary units that immerse parts in a liquid suspension of magnetic particles while applying a magnetic field. Ideal for larger parts and complex geometries.

3. Automated MPI systems: High-throughput systems used in production lines for fast and consistent inspections.

Q. What are the advantages of using magnetic particle detectors?

Ans: Below are some of it's advantages:

1. Non-destructive: Doesn't damage the material being inspected.

2. Relatively simple and inexpensive: Requires minimal training and equipment compared to other NDT methods.

3. Portable: Yoke magnets offer high portability for field inspections.

4. Fast and efficient: Can inspect large areas quickly.

5. Highly sensitive: Can detect even small cracks and defects.

Q. What are the limitations of magnetic particle detectors?

Ans: Below are some of it's limitations:

1. Limited to ferromagnetic materials: Cannot be used on non-ferromagnetic materials.

2. Only detects surface and near-surface defects: Cannot detect deep flaws.

3. Requires surface preparation: Paint, coatings, or rust may need to be removed for accurate inspection.

4. Safety precautions needed: Requires proper handling of magnetic fields and liquids.
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