The motor industry, and in particular Formula One teams, have welcomed such a system to aid them in ensuring wheels are sound before going out on the track. WheelScan LT comes with its' own carrying case and can be assembled and ready to use in just 5 minutes. This allows the unit to be taken along to races, and inspections carried out on-site.
Of course, WheelScan LTs' applications are not restricted just to the racetrack. For those smaller volume inspections of aircraft wheels, it provides the perfect alternative to the fully automatic WheelScan IV, which is designed to inspect over 100 half-hubs per day, and contains its own built in eddy current unit.