Zetec launches Eddy current instrument
Published by Nicholas Woodroof,
Zetec Inc. has announced the launch of the MIZ-21C, a handheld Eddy current instrument with surface array capabilities. The device can be used for detecting cracks near fastener holes and identifying corrosion.
The MIZ-21C provides quick, accurate inspections in demanding NDT applications including aerospace, oil and gas, manufacturing, and power generation. The surface array solution can reduce inspection time by up to 95% compared to traditional handheld pencil probes. The instrument supports a wide range of existing probes and scanners, which further extends its value.
“MIZ-21C is an affordable and capable device that can go anywhere you need to go for your inspection,” said Jesse Herrin, Eddy Current Systems Product Manager for Zetec. “MIZ-21C not only saves time, it opens the door to new inspection possibilities by bringing the power of surface array to places it has never been before.”
The device is available in three models with single frequency and surface array options to meet a wide range of inspections needs and budgets.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/product-news/15022018/zetec-launches-eddy-current-instrument/
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