Magna Chek is primarily known for our ability to perform Magnetic Particle Inspection with a great deal of quality, a quick return time, and at scale. Our customers routinely come to us for repeat work. Here are 5 reasons why we enjoy performing Magnetic Particle Inspection so much:
Magnetic Particle Inspection is one of the more affordable non-destructive tests. Simple materials are used and there is not a complicated set up cost like Eddy Current testing. As you scale up the number of parts you want to test, it becomes even more affordable.
Magna Chek has the equipment and talent to return your parts tested for cracks in a short turn around time. In that time, we are able to distinguish surface and near-surface cracks and defects nearly immediately. If you’re in a real hurry, we may be able to rush your test and get the results back to next day (or even same day!). If that’s the case, call us at (248) 597-0089 so that we can help you quickly.
As long as the parts in question are ferromagnetic and don’t have a thick layer of paint, Magna Chek is capable of identifying surface and sub-surface cracks. Magnetic Particle Inspection can used to test a wide variety of raw or manufactured materials and components, including castings, forgings, weldments, safety critical automotive parts, and infrastructure – such as bridges or storage tanks.
By combining to the affordable and simple nature of Magnetic Particle Inspection with Magna Chek’s multiple high volume testing booths, we are able to test a very large amount of parts. Our 12 foot Wet Magna-Glo Unit is able to process over 1,000 parts every hour. This 6,000 amp unit has a secondary 2,000 amp coil that accommodates parts from 1” to 12’ long and up to 24 inches in diameter.
Our Conveyorized Two-Shot Magna-Glo Unit uses an automatic coil, de-magnetizer and conveyor. It handles up to 1,500 pieces per hour and is ideal for testing small parts, such as bolts and screws in high volume quantities.
Magna Chek was founded on performing the highest quality of Magnetic Particle Inspection over 40 years ago. We’ve expanded to perform a wide variety of non-destructive tests, such as dye penetrant testing, eddy current testing, and radiography. But to this day, Magnetic Particle Inspection is still the most requested test that we perform.
If you think Magnetic Particle Inspection is the right test to find defects in your parts, then request a quote today!