Search for under-insulation corrosion, particularly with a tin enclosure
The device screen is protected by tempered glass
Readings made by the device are not affected by any change in insulation thickness
Convenient ergonomic interface
The device sensor has its own display
Price on request
Pulsed eddy current flaw detector PE4332 is designed to search for metal corrosion under insulation without its dismantling. The device provides the diagnostics of such objects as: insulated pipes, vertical and horizontal insulated tanks, oil platform supports and LNG tank supports, ship hulls, objects with thick paint or epoxy coating. The device provides the diagnostics of such objects without preliminary surface preparation, without the need to remove and restore the insulation coating. Insulation can be made from any non-conductive coating such as: mineral wool, polyurethane, plastic, paint, air.
Galvanized steel or aluminum can be used as material for the insulation enclosure.
The PE4332 measures the averaged metal thickness under the sensor. It is suitable for searching for general area corrosion and pitting corrosion located both on the external and internal surface of metal.
The device is manufactured in a shockproof, waterproof case; it has a large bright display protected by tempered glass. The device has a removable battery. A special shoulder strap is used to carry the device.
PE4332 Technical Specifications
Range of measured thickness for steel (sensor dependent)
Average thickness measurement error
Range of insulation coating thickness (sensor dependent)
Lowest diameter of tested pipes
Temperature of metal in the tested object
Temperature of enclosure surface in the area of sensor placement
Range of operating ambient temperature
Time of continuous operation without recharging the battery