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Automated Pipe Scanner - 5080

The Model 5080 is a remotely controlled automated scanner.  It is designed to permit the deployment of a variety of sensing elements including ultrasonic transducers and eddy current probes and is compatible with all AMDATA data acquisition systems. Magnetic wheels are used for mounting to a variety of scanning tracks providing fast installation on a wide range of flat or curved surfaces

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WesDyne automated scanner for non-destructive examination and test of BWR piping
WesDyne Model 5080 Automated Scanner for non-destructive examination and testing of pipes. Click here to view additional images from actual job sites.

NEW-Automated Pipe Scanner - 5080e

 

 

The Model 5080e is a  new implementation of the successful 508x series of remotely controlled automated scanners.  This new design completely encloses the two DC servo motor/ encoder assemblies. It is designed to permit the deployment of a variety of sensing elements including ultrasonic transducers and eddy current probes and is compatible with all AMDATA data acquisition systems.read more)

 
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Automated Pipe Scanner - 5085


The Model 5085 is a remotely controlled automated scanner. It is designed to permit the deployment of a variety of sensing elements including ultrasonic transducers and eddy current probes and is compatible with all AMDATA data acquisition systems. It is designed for fast installation on a wide range of flat or curved surfaces. It uses magnetic wheels to mount to a variety of . . . (read more)

 
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Automated Pipe Scanner - 5015


The Model 5015 is a remotely controlled automated scanner. This scanner is designed to permit the deployment of a variety of sensing elements including ultrasonic transducers and eddy current probes. It is compatible with all AMDATA data acquisition systems. The design allows for fast installation on a wide variety of flat or curved surfaces. It uses magnetic . . . (read more)

 
WesDyne automated scanner for non-destructive examination and test of carbon steel tanks and vessels
WesDyne Model 6210 Navigator™ Automated Trackless Scanner for non-destructive examination and testing of tanks and vessels.
 

Navigator™ Scanner - 6210

 

 

WesDyne NDE Products & Technology introduces another product in a long line of innovative automated scanners: the Navigator. The Navigator is a trackless scanner, ready to run across any carbon steel surface, moments after being unpacked at a worksite. The Navigator is then free to roam any course as directed by its operator via joystick, or under computer control. Best of all, the Navigator is a workhorse scanner. It is ruggedly built, but also flexible enough to handle the rough terrain of real world inspection environments . . . (read more)

 


 
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Catamaran™ Large Area Scanner - 6310


Catamaran is a rugged, portable, lightweight non-magnetic scanner designed for inspecting complex structures. The system is suitable for use in production environments as well as in field applications. The Catamaran scanner is a 2-axis gantry consisting of a dual-drive flexible X-axis and a rigid Y-axis. Like a traditional gantry system, the scanner can be used on large, flat structures. Unlike traditional gantries, it can also be used on cylindrical or conical structures such as aircraft fuselages, fan inlet cowls, vessel heads . . . (read more)

 
WesDyne Catamaran automated large area scanner for non-destructive examination and test of complex surfaces
WesDyne Model 6310 Catamaran™ Automated Large Area Scanner for non-destructive examination and testing of complex surfaces.
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Ultrasonic Pipeline Scanner - 6410


The AMDATA product line added a custom scanner to increase throughput for automated ultrasonic pipeline inspections. The scanner inspects the lower quadrant of a specified pipe diameter (i.e 34 inches) for the presence of corrosion. The scanner was designed to allow for an inspection of the 60 foot distance between the vertical support members without operator intervention.