pinhole detector

pinhole detector

[′pin‚hōl di‚tek·tər]
(engineering)
A photoelectric device that detects extremely small holes and other defects in moving sheets of material.
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The TQC Low Voltage Pinhole detector from Gardco enables users to inspect various coatings on conductive substrates for small defects such as holidays and pinholes using the "wet sponge technique.
The Low Voltage Pinhole Detector-Basic (LD8100) comes in a hardboard box with the following items: Low Voltage Pinhole Detector, Sponge Wand, grounding cable with clamp and user manual.
The earliest versions of atom probes only had a pinhole detector, unlike our wide-angled position detector, and so gave an image like a geological borehole in a single dimension.
has introduced the Model PDC-20 In-Line Pinhole Detector.
The PDC-20 In-Line Pinhole Detector is also available in modified designs to accommodate inspection of tubing and discrete parts.
NASDAQ: INTI, INTIW, INTIZ) announced today that the Company had received orders for its INTEC Inspection Division camera based CS-9000 System from Inespal, the Spanish leader in the aluminum industry, for its second Intec CS-9000 pinhole detector for their Alicante Mill, and from Michelin Worldwide Headquarters, based in France.
Last year, Clinton developed its first standard on-line pinhole detector for film and sheet extrusion.
Clinton has built pinhole detectors for up to 12-ft-wide webs with thicknesses from 0.
Showing MiniTest non-destructive wall-thickness gauge and PoroTest pinhole detector.
Binks' pinhole detectors are built to work with flat materials, but can work with formed products in some cases.
The SHD-4000 is said to be useful in applications where more sophisticated pinhole detectors are cost prohibitive but where product defects of 1 mm or larger cause serious problems.
Supplies leak testers for hollow parts, pinhole detectors for film and sheet, and spark testers for wire and cable.