Olympus Omniscan MX 16:128 Flaw Detector


For sale Olympus Omniscan MX 16:128 Phased Array Ultrasonic Flaw Detector. Typical signs of use but everything still in excellent perfect working and cosmetic condition. The batteries are excellent, all rubber and port seals are in good condition

This Omniscan MX platform with a 16:128 module, fully loaded with software options available TOFD, pulse-echo, o-degree, c-scan, and a variety of eddy current and phased array tests for avionic and military applications.

This Olympus Omniscan MX 16:128 sale includes:

  • Olympus Omniscan MX 16:128 Phased Array Ultrasonic Flaw Detector (16:128 Module)
  • Battery Pack
  • AC Adapter/Charger
  • Power Cord
  • CompactFlash Memory Card
  • Owners Manual On CD-ROM
  • Hard Case

The Olympus OmniScan MX is a portable and modular flaw detector that efficiently performs both manual and automated inspections with a high acquisition rate capable of conducting ultrasound, phased array and eddy current inspection. Versatile in its module options, technicians rent this device to perform TOFD, pulse-echo, o-degree, c-scan, and a variety of eddy current and phased array tests for avionic and military applications. The Olympus OmniScan MX's built-in OmniScan connector physically identifies and recognizes the probe connected, automatically setting the probe to an appropriate frequency and thus mitigating the risk of probe damage. Olympus OmniScan MX models display your test results on a 21 cm, 800 x 600 pixel LCD screen, store the data via a CompactFlash card or a standard USB storage device and offer a minimum of 6 hours run life with two batteries.

The modular design makes it easy to switch test modules on location by auto-detecting the connected module and adjusting the configuration and test environment automatically, saving valuable field time. With internal data storage capability, a host of export options and powerful software features, the OmniScan MX flaw detector is a great tool to add to your NDT inspection toolbox.
The OmniScan MX is available in 16 Channel and 32 Channel units for more demanding applications.

Olympus OmniScan MX Features

  • Conducts bond testing C-scans, TFOD tests, and more
  • Simplifies eddy current array / phased array testing
  • Combines ECA and ECT units
  • Portable, modular
  • Variety of data storage options
  • Large high-resolution screen
  • Capable of analysis and archiving

Olympus OmniScan MX Modules

  • Eddy Current Array Module
  • 8-Channel UT Module
  • 16:16M Phased Array Module
  • 16:128 Phased Array Module
  • 32:128 Phased Array Module

Typical Applications

Girth Weld Inspection

Olympus NDT developed a circumferential weld inspection system for the oil and gas industry based on the OmniScan PA. This phased array system is qualified to inspect tubes with diameters ranging from 48 mm to 1524 mm and thicknesses from 5 mm to 25 mm in compliance with the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Section V. The semiautomated system offers better inspection speed and detection, and makes interpretation of the indications significantly easier.

Pressure Vessel Weld Inspection

The combination of time-of-flight diffraction (TOFD) and pulse-echo techniques means that a complete inspection can be performed in a single scan, significantly reducing the inspection time when compared to conventional raster scanning or radiography. Inspection results are instantly available, allowing you to find problems with the welding equipment and fix it right away. Based on our vast experience in the nuclear and petrochemical industries, this system includes all the functions that are needed for code-compliant weld

Scribe Marks Inspection with No Paint Removal

The Flight Standards Information Bulletin for Airworthiness (FSAW 03-10B), issued in November 2003, reports damage along fuselage skin lap joints, butt joints, and other areas of several aircraft caused by the use of sharp tools used during paint and sealant removal. The OmniScan allows scribe marks inspections to be performed without paint removal, which is a huge time-saver. The inspections are performed in a single pass using 60º to 85º SW sectorial scans. The OmniScan PA is now referenced in the Boeing NTM manuals, 737 NDT Manual, Part 4, 53-30-06, July 2005.

Aircraft Fuselage Inspection

The OmniScan ECA (eddy current array) provides the ability to detect hidden corrosion and cracks in multilayer structures. Currently, material loss of 10 % of the lap-splice thickness can be detected in aluminum at a depth of 5 mm. Surface and subsurface cracks can be detected in the skin, at the fastener, or at the lap-joint edgeand thicknesses from 5 mm to 25 mm in compliance with ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel.

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