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NDT.net Issue - 2007-10 - NEWS

Nondestructive Testing based on Microwaves (?WNDT)


FI Test- und Messtechnik GmbH45, Magdeburg, Germany
Electromagnetic Testing (ET), instrumentation
 
NDT.net Journal
Issue: 2007-10
Messtechnik GmbH shows its products, e.g. for non-destructive testing based on microwaves (µWNDT), together with the Hochschule Magdeburg-Stendal (FH) at the Materialica 2007 Fair from 16.-18. Oktober 2007 in Munish Hall C4, Stand 610 F.

The FI Test- und Messtechnik GmbH offers products, e.g. for non-destructive testing based on microwaves (µWNDT). Applications: test of parts which are made from electrically non-conducting material.

Test instrument FMH1 allows for non-destructive testing of parts made from electrically non-conducting materials. These include

  • plastics
  • glass
  • glass-fibre reinforced plastics GFRP
  • natural-fibre reinforce plastics NFRP
  • foams
  • ceramics
  • wood
  • enamel
  • and composites based on these materials.

The FMH1 uses low power microwaves with the frequency of 5.8 GHz. For optimum spatial resolution and optimum observation depth various applicators are available.

The FMH1 is a stand-alone instrument. It includes a microwave module as well as a control and display module. Therefore, in basic functions it can be used without additional instruments. For detailed user-specific evaluations and for the documentation of test results an analogue interface and an interface for standard eddy-current systems are availabe. When using this last mentioned option the FMH1 acts like a normal eddy-current sensor for the eddy-current system. In this way all the control and evaluation functions of the standard eddy-current system can be used when performing microwave non-destructive testing.

The FMH1 is a test instrument for use

  • as a handheld device
  • in a fixed position, or
  • installed in moving scan equipment
Data sheet FMH1 (pdf)

Contact:
Johann Hinken.
FI Test- und Messtechnik GmbH,Johann Hinken,
Breitscheidstrasse 17, D-39114 Magdeburg,
Tel.: +49-(0)391-8868 129, Fax: +49-(0)391-8868 130
Mobiltel.: +49-(0)171 20 53 20 8
johann.hinken@fitm.de
http://www.fitm.de

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