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Chemetall-Ely CEY Yoke 48V 50 / 60 Hz

Product Code: F05.0572

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THE CEY ADJUSTABLE YOKE ELECTROMAGNET is commonly used for the magnetisation of ferromagnetic materials during magnetic particle inspection. Welds in pipes, pressure vessels, fabrications and individual
components such as crankshafts, gears or castings can be easily tested for defects.
Operation of the yoke is carried out by selecting the correct voltage unit, placing of the poles on the test area, pressing the energising switch and applying Black or Fluorescent particles to the test area whilst the component is
being magnetised. (Note application of magnetic particles should cease before power is switched off).
Visual inspection should then be carried out under diffused light of at least 500 lux (45 ft cdl) with a minimum of 1200 µwatts per sq. cm for fluorescent inspection.
White contrast paint may be used on dark substrates to provide better contrast.


Specification:   ASME V, BS6072, EN ISO 9943-3:2002.
Lifting Power: Greater than 6 Kg when used with alternating current, 50/60 Hz.
Supply Voltage :  48 volts 50 Hz.
Field Strength: Greater than 2400A/metyre (30 oersteds) between poles 150mm apart on ferromagnetic material of saturation permeability more than 300.


Cable Length:   10 metres (32 ft).

Weight-Yoke:   <3.5 Kg (7.7 pounds).

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