|HOUSTON, TX, USA: Jireh Industries is pleased to announce the release of an update to its manual weld
inspection chain scanner product line. The Reduced Width Rotix from Jireh features a few important
changes aimed to increase convenience and efficiency for the operator.
The Rotix Reduced Width Chain Scanner features an encoded probeholding
link (with encoder connector
for most major UT instruments), along with double wheel links used in Jireh’s weld frame chain scanning
systems. This reduced width link can be used to facilitate inspection in applications where scanners with
minimal footprint are required (i.e. coating/insulation removal near a girth weld, elbows, flanges, etc.). Single
probe scanning requires a width of only 10 cm (3.94 in), and dual probe scanning can be achieved with a
width of only 25 cm (9.84 in). Capable of scanning nonferrous
surfaces from from 10.2 cm – 96.5 cm (4 in –
38 in) diameter, this scanner can also be used with magnetic wheels on ferrous surfaces for large diameter,
flat, or even ID inspection.
Jireh Industries specializes in the design and manufacture of scanning technology for NDT. With more than
30 years in the precision machining and production industry, Jireh has developed a comprehensive product
line featuring scanners used for the inspection of pipes, vessels, boiler tubes, tanks, and more. Combined
with a commitment to quality and performance, Jireh backs all its products with a 3 year warranty.
Products can be viewed at jirehindustries.com, or at Jireh’s new sales office and showroom in Houston,