Olympus OmniScan MX Ultrasonic Flaw Detector

Rent Olympus OmniScan MX Ultrasonic Flaw Detector
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Olympus Omniscan MX
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The Olympus OmniScan MX Ultrasonic Flaw Detector offers a high acquisition rate and powerful software features- in a portable, modular instrument-to efficiently perform manual and automated inspections. The OmniScan is built to work in the harshest field conditions. A solid polycarbonate-based casing and rubber bumpers make it a rugged instrument capable of withstanding drops and shocks.

The highly legible 8.4-inch real-time display (60-Hz A-scan refresh rate) with an SVGA resolution of 800 x 600 allows you to clearly see defects and details under any light conditions. A scroll knob and function keys make it easy to browse through and select functions. A mouse and keyboard can also be connected for users looking for a more PC-like interface.

The OmniScan MX Ultrasonic Flaw Detector allows you to switch between its different test modules on location. When a new module in connected, the instrument detects the module and its supported technology so that the configuration and test environment are set automatically.
Modules Available:
  • Eddy Current Array Module
  • 8-Channel UT Module
  • 16:16M Phased Array Module
  • 16:128 Phased Array Module
  • 32:128 Phased Array Module
Olympus Omniscan MX Features
  • Portability
  • Modularity
  • Color Imaging
  • Data Storage
Olympus Omniscan MX Applications
  • Girth Weld Inspection
  • Pressure Vessel Weld Inspection
  • Scribe Marks Inspection with No Paint Removal
  • Aircraft Fuselage Inspection
Ultrasound Inspection:
  • Time-of-Flight Diffraction Testing
  • TOFD and Pulse-Echo Testing
  • 0-Degree Testing (Corrosion and Composite)
  • Ultrasound Transducers


Phased Array Inspection:
  • Phased Array Probes
    • Angle beam probes with external wedges
    • Angle Beam probes with integrated wedge
    • Immersion probes
Eddy Current Inspection:
  • Eddy Current Probes
    • Bolt hole probes
    • Surface probes, in various shapes and configurations
    • Low-frequency spot and ring probes
    • Sliding probes
    • Wheel probes
    • Conductivity probes
    • Specialty probes made for specific applications