Non-Contact Mag-Probe

Non-Contact Mag-Probe Test Instrument Video Overview

Non-Contact Mag-Probe Test Instrument Video Overview This Video Interview with David Kalstrom, CEO of Outboundexcellence.com, explains the value of using a Mag-Probe when testing Electrical Solenoid Valves and Relays.  The Non-Contact Mag-Probe has the ability to be used in extreme environments hot and cold, underwater, in a vacuum, from the smallest relays to the largest…

Computer Drivers

Computer Drivers – Mag-Probe Offers No Load to Computer Drivers

Mag-Probe Offers No Load to Computer Drivers While conducting a test using a Mag-Probe a computer will not see a load.  It will not see a load because the Mag-Probe detects the magnetic field generated by the device under test.  If a test instrument creates a load to computer drivers it’s possible to obtain a…

Purchase the Mag-Probe

Purchase Mag-Probe For Reselling or Personal Use

Purchase Mag-Probe and Dramatically Lower Your Downtime You can purchase Mag-Probe from any of the following vendors websites.  We have many companies that we sell to that already have accounts with the following vendors.   Please look at the list below to see if the catalog you purchase from is here. I hope this saves you some…

Space Solenoid Valve Test

Mag-Probe Space Applications Vacuum Test

Mag-Probe Space Applications Vacuum Test The VACUUM TEST Four Model HS Mag-Probes were placed in a Bell Jar. The Bell jar was then evacuated to 1×10 to the minus fifth Torr. Using a permanent magnet located outside the Bell jar, the Mag-Probes were turned on and off for a period of 48 hours. No failures occurred.…

Railroad Locomotive Downtime the Hidden Cost

The Hidden Cost of Downtime: A Strategy for Improving Return on Assets The following article from Maintenance Technology offers a clear view into the importance of addressing downtime in financial equations.  How many times have we ask the question, “Where did all the money go?” Especially in the Railroad industry.   What are the hidden costs…

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Downtime is Lost Potential Revenue

Bartol Mag-Probe Can Dramatically Reduce Downtime Downtime Definition (Lost Potential Revenue)   The term downtime is used to refer to periods when a system is unavailable. Downtime or outage duration refers to a period of time that a system fails to provide or perform its primary function. Reliability, availability, recovery, and unavailability are related concepts. The unavailability is the proportion of a time-span that a system is unavailable or offline. This is…

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Mag-Probe Applications Organized by Industry

Bartol Mag-Probe Applications Organized  by Industry     We understand that in many industries there are overlapping Mag-Probe applications. In the aircraft industry there are airports, and airports have elevators and escalators that also have relays and solenoid valves that need to be tested.  They also have vehicles with electronic ignition, another application of the Mag-Probe.…