Manual Scanners

ELSCAN Pipe and Elbow Scanner

Spot inspections and elbow  and pipe scans are common tasks in these industries. The ELSCAN is a lightweight, compact manual scanner which can be a valuable tool in assisting with these types of inspections or developing Ultrasonic Testing (UT).

The WesDyne ELSCAN manual scanner is a dual axis scanner designed for semi-automated scans of straight pipe and pipe elbows from 4.0 inches to 42 inch. The scanner employs a multi-element phased array ultrasonic transducer to collect high resolution thickness measurements on a pipe elbow.  Adjustable magnets provide active contact to the inspection material. With two encoded axes, the scanner can inspect any portion of a pipe elbow.  The data acquisition system can be set up to scan any portion of or all of a pipe elbow.


Badger Scanner

The 4050 Manual Badger Scanner is a magnetic-wheeled single-axis scanner designed for manual raster-type scans of pipe, flat plate, and convex or concave surfaces.

Movement via the wheeled axis provides precise, controlled motion of UT or ET probes over the test piece. Position information is supplied by a magnetic encoder for the wheeled axis. The scanner is equipped with an indexing button in lieu of second-axis encoding. The scanner is water resistant and has a durable powder-coated cast aluminum housing. It is designed to withstand harsh environments and temperature extremes.

The scanner is compatible with all IntraSpect Data Acquisition and Imaging systems.

 


Model 4020 Manual Scanner

The Model 4020 is a manually controlled scanner. It is designed for use on a bench or table top beside a planar or near-planar specimen. It has rods that provide the X and Y axes. The sensor is mounted on the end of the Y axis rod. Incremental optical encoders provide scanner position input to the acquisition system.

 


Model 4030 Manual Scanner

The 4030 manual scanner is a magnetic wheeled, two axis scanner designed for manual raster type scans of pipe, flat plate and convex or concave surfaces. Movement in both axes is mechanically guided to ensure precise, controlled motion of a UT or ET probe over the inspection surface.