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…

intermittent Solenoid valve coil

Mag-Probe Method When Testing Intermittent Solenoid Valve Coil

The Video Below Shows the Conventional Way to Trouble Shoot An Intermittent Solenoid Valve Coil An Intermittent Solenoid Valve Coil is very hard to troubleshoot as you will see in the video below. Mag-Probe Way to Quickly Trouble Shoot An Intermittent Solenoid Valve or Leach Relay Coil When Troubleshooting an Intermittent  Solenoid Valve Coil or a…

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…

Damaged Jack Screws Can Be Detected In Aircraft

How to Detect Damaged Jack Screws In Aircraft Letter From the Author – Jack Screws Off the coast of California, in January 31, 2000, flight 261 experienced a catastrophic loss of pitch control which was caused by a damaged jack screws threads.  All 88 on board died instantly upon impact.  It was a very sad…

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…

Boeing 767

Mag-Probe Test Keeps Boeing 767 from Being Grounded for Good

On August 19, 2015 a problem occurred with one of the relays on a Boeing 767 Flight Idle and the Approach Idle control relay.   This problem was causing one of the Boeing 767 engines to run at different rpm’s when they were supposed to be running at the same rpm.   Aircraft Engineer Saemi was working…

Bartol Mag-Probe Applications Separated by Industry

MagProbe Testing a Leach Relay on a Boeing 767-300

MagProbe Testing a Leach Relay on a Boeing 767-300 Here is another test using the Bartol Mag-Probe to test a Leach Relay on a Boeing 767-300. For over 10 years many of the Major Airlines have adopted using the Mag-Probe to separate mechanical from electrical problems quickly when testing relays or solenoid valves. The amount of downtime on…