Eddy Current Testing

Eddy Current Testing

Eddy current 

is induced electrical currents that flow in a circular path. They get their name from "eddies" that are formed when a liquid or gas flows in a circular path around obstacles when conditions are right.
The induced current is circulated in close loop in the object. It sets the magnetic field opposite to the one producing it. The opposing field will depend on the disturbance in the eddy current.

Eddy Current Testing

: Four frequency, eight channel eddy current system capable of inspecting any ferromagnetic (RFET) or non-ferromagnetic heat exchanger tube in service.
TCR advanced has the best equipment for performing ECT (RFET for magnetic materials) - Olympus MS5800 and ECT48.