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FLYINGVISION SAS

FLYINGVISION designs and manufactures robotic and mechanical products dedicated to non-destructive inspection and more generally to every field of the industry.

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FLYINGVISION designs and manufactures robotic and mechanical products dedicated to non-destructive inspection and more generally to every field of the industry.

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MAGNETIX 2.0 (MGN2)

For all your metal inspections, choose the MAGNETIX 2.0 portable magnetic particle inspection pack, the complete NDT control solution by magnetic particle testing (MT, or Magnetic Particle Testing in English).

Designed for optimal use in field conditions, this video recorder pack combines compactness, lightness and an ultra-ergonomic design. Its power management system, managed by a microcontroller, offers unrivalled reliability and performance in the sector.

Context and scope of application

The MAGNETIX Power Pack 2.0 portable magnetic particle inspection pack is designed for non-destructive testing (NDT) professionals who need a portable solution for magnetic particle inspection (MT NDT) in the field. Thanks to its robust and compact design, this system is ideal for use in harsh and varied environments.

Complete guide to MT for NDT MT

Introduction

Magnetoscopy is a non-destructive testing technique (NDT MT) which makes it possible to detect imperfections on the surface or sub-surface of ferromagnetic materials, such as iron or cast iron. This method of NDT monitoring is fast, efficient, and can be performed using a variety of equipment, including portable and mobile magnetic particle scanning systems.

Principle of Operation

The heart of the magnetic particle inspection method consists of inducing a magnetic field in the part being examined. This field can be created by different means, such as the battery-powered electromagnet or the magnetoscopy clamp. Discontinuities in the material disrupt this field and attract magnetic particles from a colored or fluorescent indicator product to form visual indications.

Indications

Indications are generally made visible using liquids containing magnetic particles, which can be colored or fluorescent.

Applications

Magnetoscopy is regularly used for NDT MT control of ferromagnetic materials in several sectors:

  • Aeronautics
  • Shipbuilding
  • Automobile industry
  • Petrochemical industry
  • Civil engineering
  • This method can be used in particular:
  • After heat treatment
  • In service
  • Before, during or after welding

Benefits

  • Magnetic particle inspection is a method that offers several advantages:
  • Fast and efficient detection of surface and subsurface defects
  • Applicability to complex geometric shapes
  • Ease of implementation of control

Conclusion

The NDT control method by magnetic particle inspection is a global control technique, quick and easy to implement. It is widely applied in various industrial sectors to ensure the quality and safety of metal structures. Magnetic particle scanning packs are often available to facilitate the application of this essential technique.

RUNNER ULTRASONIC B-SCAN HEIGHT CONTROL (RUC1)

The RUC1 is an ultrasonic B-scan Runner specially developed to meet the challenges posed by inspections of elements at heights of less than 10 meters, which usually require expensive means or involve significant risks for personnel. Designed to be deployed by pole or manually, its innovative design allows quick, precise and ergonomic controls for reliable and secure results.

Context and scope of application

The RUC1 provides an innovative solution for performing ultrasonic inspections on structures in heights less than 10 meters in areas such as petrochemicals, energy, shipbuilding and heavy industry. By being deployable by pole, this ultrasonic Runner B-scan avoids the high costs and dangers associated with conventional methods. It is particularly suitable for controlling equipment such as tanks, tanks, vertical pipes, small storage bins, boat hulls and many other similar structures. It can also be used manually thanks to an ergonomic handle to easily carry out your US B-scan checks at eye level. The addition of magnetic wheels greatly increases the stability of the Runner and allows it to be left in position without holding it when used manually on ferromagnetic surfaces.

Nomenclature

  • Runner RUC1
  • Umbilical connections
  • Connections for the translator
  • Encoder operation verification LED
  • Magnetic wheels (optional)
  • Quick interface system for changing translators

Benefits:

Performance

  • Control at height and difficult access with precision and speed
  • Control at height without deploying costly and complex means
  • Innovative kinematics for optimal stability during checks

Quality

  • High-quality components for optimal reliability
  • High-quality encoder for full control precision

Security

  • Reducing human risks through pole inspections

Versatility

  • Adaptable to many surface geometries, whether flat or curved
  • Possibility of using the RUC1 in manual mode or with a pole for greater flexibility
GAMMA POSITIONING TOOL (OPG)

The OPG is the essential tool for your gamma graph. An innovative instrument, this gamma clamp is specifically designed to optimize the positioning of the radioactive source or the collimator during checks by industrial radiography or industrial gammagraphy in the demanding field of Non-Destructive Testing (RT).

This positioning accessory or collimator support, essential to gammagraphy, ensures the immobility and precise positioning of the source, thus allowing exact localization and repeatable control results. The operational efficiencies offered by OPG during a radio shot translate into saving time and money for businesses while maintaining the integrity and accuracy of inspections.

The robust and functional design of our gammagraphy pliers makes the OPG an essential ally for all NDT professionals wishing to increase the productivity and reliability of their industrial gammagraphy operations.

Context and field of application:

In the demanding field of Non-Destructive Testing (NDT RT) by industrial radiography and industrial gammagraphy, the accuracy and stability of the positioning of the radioactive source are crucial to ensure the quality and reliability of inspections. Gamma clamps or ellipse clamps serving mainly as collimator supports are essential tools to guarantee the precision of the controls, the immobility of the source and precise localization.

These specialized tools are essential in sectors such as the petrochemical industry, shipbuilding, power generation and aerospace, where every detail counts. They offer operators the ability to quickly and accurately position the source, resulting in significant time and cost savings for businesses. The repeatability of the control, ensured by the use of these gammagraphy accessories, also contributes to the optimization of inspection processes, thus strengthening confidence in the safety and quality of the inspected structures and components.

Introduction

Industrial Radiography Testing (RT) is a Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) method that uses ionizing radiation to examine the internal integrity and structure of materials. This technique is widely used in industries such as aerospace, petroleum, construction, and metal fabrication to detect defects such as cracks, inclusions, porosities, and other anomalies that cannot be seen on the surface.

Principle and importance of accessories

Employing ionizing radiation from sources such as iridium-192 or selenium-75, this method creates X-ray images that reveal the internal structure of materials. Source positioning accessories such as gamma clamps or ellipse clamps are crucial for precisely placing the radioactive source and obtaining clear, detailed images.

This gammagraphy process consists of four steps:

Sample Preparation:

  • Cleaning and accessibility of the object is essential. Source positioning accessories are used to prepare the sample.

Source Positioning:

  • Using ellipse clamps for radiography and radiography accessories, the source and detector are optimally positioned on either side of the object.

Exposure:

  • The source, well positioned using gammagraphy tweezers, emits radiation to create an image on a film or digital detector.

Interpretation:

  • The images obtained are then examined by a specialist to identify anomalies and assess the quality of the components.

Conclusion

In short, the use of specific accessories, including our gamma positioning tool and compliance with current standards are key elements in the success of industrial radiography inspections, thus contributing to safety and quality in the industry.

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