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Standard Probes

When a coil of conductive wire is excited with an alternating electrical current an alternating magnetic field is produced. The magnetic field oscillates at the same frequency as the excitation source. When placed near a conductive material, currents opposed to the ones in the coil are induced in the material. These are referred to as eddy currents. In the case of variations in the electrical conductivity and/or magnetic permeability causes a change in eddy current. Additionally, the presence of defects will precipitate a change in phase and amplitude that can be detected as a measurable change in the impedance.  Eddy Current testing is generally used on conductive materials to detect surface defects.

Cam Follower Probe

Cam Follower Probe

The Cam Follower Probes are part of the family of inspection probes engineered and used for the inspection of rotating aircraft engine components. Specific areas of interest are bores and webs.

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AU

Western Australia

T: (08) 9322 4020 

Derek Burns

E: d.burns@pcte.com.au

M: 0498 800 373

 

New South Wales

William Ward

E: w.ward@pcte.com.au

T: (02) 9986 1857

M: 0418 381 709

 

Melbourne

T: (03) 9938 3830

Stuart McCurdy

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M: 0428 315 502

Monica Simhadri

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M: 0488 331 244

 

Queensland

Michael Dubery

E: m.dubery@pcte.com.au

T: (07) 3040 6166

M: 0419 477 715

NZ:

Auckland, New Zealand

Jun Han Lee

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M: +64 274 738758

T: +64 9 377 6778

 

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