Positive Material Identification (PMI)
STANLEY Inspection utilizes Positive Material Identification (PMI) to verify that a given material is in accordance with specification. It is not recommended that PMI be used on an item with no material certificate (each PMI machine has its own characteristics).
This machine is highly accurate and will also identify carbon content if required. It is mainly used for materials with an L or H grade and aluminum, Inconel, Incoloy, Hastelloy, and low-alloy steel. Weighing approximately 75kg, the SPECTROTEST is not designed for working at heights or confined spaces. Calibration is necessary to optimize the machine prior to testing. All results can be stored and printed.
This machine is only used for stainless steels with no L or H grade and low-alloy steels. No carbon reading is available for this machine. Operating via battery pack, the SPECTROSORT is ideal for site work and at heights. Calibration is necessary to optimize the machine prior to testing. Up to 3 hours of testing can be done with a single battery.
Thermo TN Alloy Pro
This lightweight state-of-the-art machine can be used at heights and onsite. It can be used on welds, bolts, nuts, etc. and also on powders and turnings. The TN Alloy Pro is designed to be used on stainless steels with no L or H grade and low alloys, Incoloy, Inconel, etc. It cannot take carbon content. All results can be stored and printed. Up to 6 hours of testing can be done before battery recharge is necessary.