The Magnetoscopic Inspection is a Non-Destructive Test which is based on the deviation that the lines of the magnetic field induced in a ferromagnetic material undergo in the presence of a discontinuity.

It is used in surface checks and subsurface checks on all ferromagnetic materials such as welds, castings, etc.

Quality of the result

Great flexibility of use

Low cost

of NDT with Magnetic Powders

The fields of application of magnetoscopic control are many, the only condition is due to the fact that the elements subject to control must be made of ferromagnetic metals.

In particular, magnetoscopy has enormous practical utility in the control of welds, not all radio / gamma-printable, in the examination of hot or cold plastic deformations (bends, curvatures, pressure extrusions, etc.) of elements such as tubes, sheets, etc., for verification that the processes have not created micro-cracks, especially in correspondence with the most stressed areas of the molding, in the search for defects resulting from heat treatments, etc.

It is possible to operate with various equipment, from the most portable and light to the fixed and automated ones, in safe conditions even inside large metal structures (boilers, tanks, viaducts).

Magnetoscopy can be applied to the steel industry , to the electromechanical sector, to aeronautics , to aerospace , the civil sector , the energy , the off-shore , the transport , to the petrochemical . to the nuclear , to the artistic sector and practically all the other sectors where the state of integrity of a non-magnetic metal artifact needs to be examined.






with Magnetoscopic Control

Dispersed magnetic flux due to surface or sub-surface discontinuities such as cracks, cavities and inclusions.

of the Magnetoscopic Inspection

Sensitive to both superficial and sub-superficial defects.

Magnetoscopic Testing (MT)

Ferromagnetic materials – surface cleaning – demagnetization.

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