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ROHMANN Eddy Current Test Equipment and Systems
Since 1977 we have been developing, producing and distributing eddy current testing devices and systems, which are now used worldwide in crack, heat treatment, material confusion and grinding burn testing. Testing solutions for every requirement and every demand. Made in Germany.


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Two hardware testing channels in the ELOTEST\PL650 R and two external multiplexers to connected 4 probes each


Panasonic Semi Ruggedized 14“-TOUGHBOOK 54 HD with ScanAlyzer 7 evaluation software


10 hours testing time per battery pack applies to the trolley and the mobile PC with a second battery pack


Eight probes, each with 8 integrated sensors, robust and wear-resistant zirconium oxide industrial ceramic soles on the probe


100% testing area coverage of 640 mm, test speed up to 1m/s (corresponds to normal step speed)


Two mutually independent, replaceable high-performance lithium-ion battery packs, can be switched during operation

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Frequently asked questions

What is eddy current testing?

Eddy current testing can be used to check objects made of electrically conductive materials for integrity, composition and tempering condition or also for geometric dimensions. Eddy current testing is based on the physics of electromagnetic fields.

How is eddy current generated?

A current-carrying electrical conductor is surrounded by a circular magnetic field (vortex field). If the straight conductor wire is now wound into a circular conductor loop, the vortex-like field lines overlap in such a way that they form a magnetic dipole (with a north/south pole structure).

What does penetration depth mean?

In principle, eddy current testing can be classified as a surface testing method. Depending on the method, the induced eddy currents are concentrated on a more or less thin layer close to the surface. The strongest eddy currents flow directly at the surface. Therefore, the maximum test sensitivity can be achieved there.

What are probes?

The art of probes development consists in the realisation of a sensor construction that brings the required magnetic field (and thus the eddy current field) to the ‚test location‘ in the workpiece with the required test frequency, in the optimum alignment and required strength, while always minimising undesirable effects as far as possible.

Which probes are used?

Basically, there are two main groups of probes: flow sensors and tactile probes. In the case of through-flow probes, a distinction is made between: External pass-through sensor, which encloses the test object and is guided through it (e.g. rod testing with comprehensive test coils) and internal pass-through sensor, which is enclosed by the test object, i.e. the sensor is guided through the test object (e.g. in internal pipe testing). Pass-through sensors always detect a complete circumferential section of the test object, outside or inside.

What test frequency is needed?

When selecting the test frequency for eddy current testing, consider the specific requirements of the application and the sensor to be used. The recommended frequency range for the sensor should be taken from the manufacturer’s sensor data sheet.

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