The Complete Solution for Eddy Current In-Service Tube Inspections
- 20 years Approved under Field Conditions
- High Speed Inspection with Online Signal Analysis
- Easy to Learn and Easy to Operate Software
- TubeMax Software for Automatic Signal Analysing,
Defect Detection and Defect Depth Evaluation
- C-MEC Remote Field Option for Inspection of Ferromagnetic Tubing
- WINDEVOS Powerful Data Documentation Software
- Manipulator Control Option for Fully Remote Controlled
Inspection of Heat Exchangers
Multi-frequency digital eddy current instrument
The eddyMax®- Control is designed for fast in-service tube inspection.
With this portable system a lot of advantages are brought to heat exchanger inspection activities.
High Detection Capacity
Detection of wall thinning as the result of erosion, corrosion, wear, pitting, cracks and baffle cuts.
Inspection of NFe and Fe Tubing
Inspection of non-ferromagnetic and ferromagnetic tubing in petrochemical, chemical and power generation plants.
Inspection of tubing in high radiation or contaminated areas by fully automated remote controlled manipulator system.
Easy to learn
The easy operation of the TubeMax in-service tube inspectionsystem is ensured by the field approved components and the user friendly menu- and function-key-controlled software,which are permanently improved by our operators.
Easy Parameter Setting
All parameter settings and configurations are done from the keyboard or mouse and can be individally stored and retrieved from fixed or removable storage media.
Raw eddy current data is recorded as x- and y- components of each channel on hard disk. Intelligent data reduction algorithms ensures maximum use of storage capacity. For perma-
nent storage the signals can be written to an optional installed optical disk drive.
Coloured Real-Time Display
Coloured real-time display of x-y impedance plane and/or strip chart signals selectable for all signal channels and mixer channels. Each channel may be assigned to any window, whereby in each window all available channels may be dis-played at the same time.
This function allows the output of signal pictures including instrument settings either on printer, in a BMP file for import purposes in other software programs or in PDF format.