Truflux – High Resolution Digital Tank Floor Plate Scanner

The Truflux is a new concept in Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) tank floor plate inspection, incorporating a new level of user sophistication in its innovative design. The TruFlux has the benefits of advanced features and practicality.

As a fully self-propelled high-resolution digital scanner, the Truflux is capable of producing highly accuratetopographical images of 6-20mm storage tank floor plates. Particular attention has been paid to the mechanical design, notably in its physical size, weighing in at just 32kg inclusive of its slip-in-slip-out lithium ion battery pack. Yet with its advanced design, no functionality has been compromised; in fact, significant advancements in floor plate inspection have been incorporated into the instrument and system design.

The TruFlux system is easy to use and highly practical. For ease of shipping the whole unit folds down easily for transportation, see below. With its reduced physical size and lower weight, handling and set-up require little effort,making life easier for the operator in the field.

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Principle Of OperationMagnetic Flux Leakage
Detection48 Hall Effect sensors
Scan Width300mm
Method of PropulsionDC motor
Thickness Range6-20mm
Test Through CoatingsYes
Maximum Coating Thickness6mm
Maximum Sensitivity20%
Power Requirements24V
Transit CaseMeets IATA requirements for transporting magnetisable material.
Operating Weight32kg
Stop on DefectNo
Real Time AnalysisYes
Real Time AveragingYes
Real Time Digital Signal ProcessingYes
Freeze Screen AlarmNo
Linear Resolution0.5mm
Speed Compensation AlgorithmYes
Digital Data Storage48 Channels x 0.5mm
Scan LengthUnlimited
Scan Plate End ZonesYes
Adjustable Sensitivity RangeYes
Laser GuideYes – optional
Fully dampened magnetic contactYes
Assisted Magnet Lift-Off

Minimal effort required to break magnet contact, resulting in
considerably less operator fatigue.

Scan Length Alignment
(whilst in magnetic contact)

The scan track can be fully aligned when the magnet is in contact
with the plate, alleviating the need to break contact if track alignment