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Eddy current technology can be used to detect splices, connecting wedges or joint inside coated material such as steel tubes with PVC insulation. In this example, an EDDYSENSOR and an encircling coil are used.

Heating tube

Joints that link individual tubes under sheathing can easily be identified using an eddy current probe.

Rubber-coated rail

Continuous rails are more lightly constructed in places where they will later be sawn apart. Sheath optically hides these positions but they are easily and automatically identified using the eddy current test method.

CATV cabling

CATV cabling has radiation openings located in strategic places. Eddy current testing can identify these openings even though they are hidden beneath the extruded PVC sheath.

Eddy current sensing equipment

PRÜFTECHNIK offers a very basic eddy current tester, the EDDYSENSOR, that is ideal for precisely these sorts of simple sensing tasks. Whereas light barriers or other standard sensors are not effective, eddy current signals penetrate the sheath and detect discontinuities or splices in the metal within. When it detects a discontinuity, the EDDYSENSOR transmits a delayed or undelayed signal to a saw or color marker which can then cut or mark the piece at the correct place.

Reated Projects

Weld seam testing

  • International test standards: Weld seam testing according to SEP, DIN, STM, PI, BS, JIS, ETTC, ENEL, etc.
  • Welding lines: All welding methods such as TIG, laser, HF and ERW we

Hot rolled ferritic rod

  • Quality control: Detection of defective areas in test material and assignment of test piece to a quality category 
  • Process control: Identification of defective rolling element

Continuous drawing line

  • Input control: Identification of bad quality rolled wire (drawing lines for thick wire)
  • Process control: Monitoring of production lines to avoid scrap (medium and fine drawing bloc

Cold heading machines

In the manufacture of small parts using cross-cutting or cold heading machines, high scrap rates often result from defective starting material. Testing the initial material and cutting out the defecti