Flaw detector

  • 06-Jul-2017 10:55 EDT
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Optimized for single-handed operation, Olympus’ (Waltham, MA) EPOCH 6LT flaw detector combines an ergonomic design with powerful ultrasonic functionality in an instrument built specifically for rope access and high portability applications. Its workflow is simple and straightforward so technicians can spend more time on their inspection and less time adjusting the instrument. Despite its small size, the company says the instrument has the features and functions to meet the requirements of nearly any conventional ultrasonic inspection application, including all the core functionality of the EPOCH 650 flaw detector and EN12668-1:2010 compliance. Features and benefits include: fits securely in one hand with minimal wrist fatigue; attaches to a user’s leg or harness; and users can navigate the menu using just their thumb.

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