Magnetic Analysis Corp. will be featuring its top of the line Echomac® FD 6/6A Ultrasonic test equipment at Booth # B10018 at the Fabtech 2017 Show.  Information will be available on a variety of applications ranging from full body testing for spinning tube and weld zone inspection during production, to 500mm Ultrasonic/Flux Leakage multi test systems for large diameter pipe. Also featured in the booth will be MAC’s affordable, but full feature  Minimac® 55 eddy current tester for detecting short defects in ferrous or non-ferrous tube and wire, including laps, slivers and cracks, and weld line faults.

The Echomac FD6/6A is a computer based ultrasonic inspection instrument designed for on or off-line flaw detection, thickness, weld inspection, and dimensional measurement in tube and pipe. This latest model achieves a new level of improved signal to noise ratio, finer adjustments, improved thickness resolution, repeatability, and reliability.  Featuring MAC’s user friendly Echohunter® interface software and versatile intuitive operation, control of all key test parameters is on a single screen, and thresholds can be moved by selecting and dragging on screen. A “Global” key allows parameters for several test channels to be adjusted at once, or copied from one channel to another.  The 6A model has also received GE qualification for P3TF31, Class A & B, & P29TF82 Class A &B, a typical requirement for nuclear and aerospace applications. New installations or older ones that need to be upgraded can benefit from use of the Echomac FD6/6A. The instrument is compatible with rotary, immersion, bubbler or squirter type and “spin the tube” applications.

Magnetic Analysis Corp. has 85+ years experience in supplying nondestructive equipment for the metals industry. With MAC field engineers and experienced representatives located throughout the United States, and in Europe, Eastern Europe, Turkey, Russia, Brazil, Chile, China, India, Southeast Asia, Korea and Australia, MAC is committed to superior service for all its customers.