TST Online Wire Rope Tester
TST Online Wire Rope Tester is developed on basis of magnetic inductive sensing technology and MFL (magnetic flux leakage) wire rope inspection technique. The system can be applied for the online inspection of steel wire ropes for the physical damages or material deteriorations such as broken wire, abrasion, structure deformation, corrosion, fatigue and etc.
TST Online Wire Rope Tester can be customized for comprehensive adaption in different working sites, and the inspection records are generated and stored in the console unit to continuously track the wire rope health status and deterioration process. The whole inspection process is computer assisted and complex inspection procedures are automatically implemented by the tester which makes the operation highly efficient and user friendly.
The tester is used for inspection of wire ropes on mine hoisters, cranes, elevators, cableways, etc.
BENEFITS & FEATURES
▪Qualitative & Quantitative Inspection
The tester is able to inspect the wire rope and determine the detect types, such as Local Fault (LF) or Loss of Metallic Area (LMA). Moreover, the tester can inspect the respective detect values and severity with respect to the % loss of cross sectional metallic area and output in the statistical table with % values and positions.
TST Wire Rope Online Tester is designed to make automatic monitoring, inspection, alarming and reporting for operating wire ropes 24/7. Alarms and key event report can be sent to supervisors in real time with SMS/email under unmanned condition.
Sensor head are customized and designed to adapt for specific applications/working scenarios to cover the desired inspection range.
Reporting and evaluation function can be customized to adapt for specific practice and criteria of clients for wire rope management
▪Remote/Cloud Service and Diagnosis
TST can provide service from remote or cloud-based to form a comprehensive support and solution package to further advance the practice for clients.
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