The SteerROVER is a fully automated, steerable motorized 2-axis scanner capable of performing corrosion mapping in remote locations. When combined with the HydroFORM or the DLA phased array corrosion mapping solutions, it is a powerful tool for C-Scan imaging of remaining wall thickness and mid-wall anomalies.
The MapSCANNER is a semiautomated, 2-axis corrosion inspection scanner. When combined with the HydroFORM or Dual Linear Array (DLA) phased array corrosion mapping solutions, it is a powerful, efficient tool for C-Scan imaging of remaining wall thickness and mid-wall anomalies.
The MapROVER is a fully automated, motorized 2-axis corrosion mapping scanner. When combined with the HydroFORM phased array corrosion mapping solution, it is a powerful tool for C-Scan imaging of remaining wall thickness and mid-wall anomalies.
By bringing a semiautomated phased array solution into the corrosion inspection market, Olympus has not only introduced a new technology, but also a new world of possibilities. Say goodbye to unsafe and unreliable motorized rastering of small UT probes; phased array probes cover a larger surface, and can be manually traveled at a safe speed. This solution enables inspectors to be more productive and collect higher resolution data.
The ChainSCANNER provides a manual pipe-inspection solution for pipes between 1.75 to 38 in. OD. The scanner, held by chain links instead of magnetic wheels is well suited for weld or corrosion inspection on different type of materials. UT, TOFD, PA.
The GLIDER scanner is a 2-axis (X-Y) encoding scanner for the manual inspection of slightly curved or flat composite surfaces. The scanner, held by suction cups is well suited for raster scanning. Technologies: ECA, EC, UT, PA.
The VersaMOUSE™ is a scanner designed for linear encoded scans with a phased array probe. The integrated indexing button makes it ideal for 2-D mapping applications such as CFRP flat panel and corrosion inspections. The VersaMOUSE can perform an encoded one-line scan, followed by indexing of the position in the perpendicular direction. Another one-line scan can then be performed and juxtaposed to the previous scan. This process is repeated to produce a complete 2D map of the area of interest.