1-axis scanner HSMT
inspectionfor welding inspectionfor NDT

1-axis scanner
1-axis scanner
1-axis scanner
1-axis scanner
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Number of axes
inspection, for welding inspection, for NDT, multipurpose, for pipes
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The HSMT-Compact is a manual one-axis encoded scanner. In particular, it is light and small, and also versatile. It can be used (with up to 4 probes) on plates and for circumferential scans on pipes as small as 4.5 in. OD pipes. The HSMT-Compact is a light, small, and versatile manual one-axis encoded scanner. It can be used -with up to four probes- on plates and for circumferential scans on pipes as small as 4 in. schedule (4.5 in. OD). The scanner length can be changed and the frame can extend outside the limit of the wheels, providing a configuration that is well suited for hard-to-reach places such as pipe-to-component welds. The HSMT-Compact completes the HSMT family. While the HSMT-Flex and HSMT-X03 are designed for construction welding inspection, the HSMT-Compact is designed for maintenance weld inspection. HSMT-Compact Kit Includes: • Scanner frame with handles • Additional frame bars: 400 mm (16 in.) and 600 mm (24 in.) • Four magnetic, plastic-covered wheels • Waterproof, spring-loaded wheel encoder • OmniScan-compatible encoder with 5 m cable • Four 90° probe holder brackets • Four spring-loaded arms (SLA) • Four TOFD/PE yokes (31.75 mm) • Two phased array yokes (40 mm) • Irrigation tubing and accessories • Two metric/U.S. rulers • Hard carrying case Configurations A typical configuration includes two phased array probes and a pair of TOFD probes, to comply with ASME code. Other configurations include: • 1 pair of TOFD probes • 2 pairs of TOFD probes • 2 PA probes Options Manual Water Pump Kit Water pump is compatible with scanner umbilical cables. It can also be used with provided tubing.
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