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.
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The rugged MP30 hand-held Feritscope is ideal for users who need separate eddy current and magnetic induction units with full measurement storage, downloading and printing capabilities. The MP30 Feritscope measures ferrite parts found in chemical, utility and other processing plants that are often exposed to heat, aggressive media and high pressure. The ferrit scope determines if the ferrite content is too low or too high.
Proceq Schmidt® concrete testers are used for the non-destructive measurement of the concrete/mortar compressive strength and the control of the uniform concrete quality (in-situ concrete and prefabricated structures) as well as for detecting weak spots. The compressive strength (fc) is established by measuring the hardness (rebound value R) of the concrete surface and with the conversion curves. ORIGINAL SCHMIDT® Concrete test hammers with various impact energies can be used depending on the form and sizes of the concrete structures (lower impact energy for thin and/or weak components).