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Eddy current inspection (ET) is one of several non-destructive testing methods that use the principal of electromagnetic induction to detect flaws in conductive materials. Eddy current is well suited to detect small cracks as well as other forms of discontinuities at or near the surface of the material, the surface preparation is minimal, and complex specimen geometry can be inspected.

Pine provides eddy current instruments as well as ferrite measurement instruments for many applications such as:

  • Crack detection
  • Tube inspection
  • Material thickness
  • Coating thickness
  • Conductivity assessment
  • Material identification
  • Excessive heat damage detection
  • Heat treatment monitoring

We provide our customers with access to wide variety of eddy current inspection instruments from manufacturers such as Olympus and GE Inspection Technologies.


Pine provides a first-class technical support service as well as advice on which product will be best suited to your needs. Our quality management system insures that all equipment is tested and calibrated to manufacturer’s specifications when you receive it. To find out more, please select from the products listed below.


Eddy Current Instruments
Eddy Current Instruments

When customers need to perform eddy current testing in industrial or other manufacturing and service environments that require inspection of thin metal for potential safety or quality-related problems such as cracking or corrosion, or because they need to check metal hardness and conductivity, they look to Pine to supply the latest instruments from Olympus, Zetec, Hocking and GE.

To find out more, please click on a product from the list.  At Pine, we specialize in delivering total equipment solutions and providing technical advice on what to rent, and how to use it; the availability of our rental fleet is second to none, and all our equipment is always tested and delivered ready to use.

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Ferrite Measurement Systems
Ferrite Measurement Systems

Stainless steel requires an adequate proportion of ferrite to obtain acceptable corrosion resistance and strength, as well as resistance to cracking. Pine provides instruments manufactured by Fisher. The Fisher line of ferrite scopes enables the user to perform a ferrite inspection non-destructively rather than an expensive lab based destructive examination.

To find out more, please click on a product from the list.  At Pine, we specialize in delivering total equipment solutions and providing technical advice on what to rent, and how to use it; the availability of our rental fleet is second to none, and all our equipment is always tested and delivered ready to use.

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