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Conventional Method vs. Mag-Probe Method

    “The Conventional Method”    Verses    “The Mag-Probe Method”    When Testing Electrical Solenoid Valves & Relays   MachineToolHelp.com Conventional Method of Testing Solenoid Coils   Bartol Mag-Probe Method Used for Testing Solenoid Coils   The Mag-Probe is Non-Contact and is completely separated from the power supply, therefore (the Mag-Probe offers no load…

Mag-Probe Reviews & Email Testimonies

Bartol Mag-Probe Reviews & Email Testimonials

 Bartol Mag-Probe Reviews & Email Testimonials Here are the Bartol Mag-Probe Reviews.  We are including emails we got back from people using the Bartol Mag-Probe and how it will reduce Manufacturing and Service Trouble Shooting Downtime.  These Bartol Mag-Probe Reviews and emails cover many different industries, which include Gas & Oil,   Semi-Conductor, Programable Logic Controllers,  Heavy Equipment,…

Leach Relays

Shielded Leach Relays on Boeing Aircraft

Leach Relays Play an Essential Part in Keeping a Plane Up and Running This post talks about the Bartol Mag-Probe Making quick tests on Boeing Aircraft Leach Relays The Bartol Mag-Probe is Used in Aircraft Maintenance to Check the Coils of Electro-Mechanical Relays.  In order to Create a Magnetic Field around an Electro-Mechanical Relay Coil,…

Extreme Weather Solenoid Valve Testing

Solenoid Valve Test In Extreme Weather Using Mag-Probe

Solenoid Valve Test In Extreme Weather Conditions In the video below Bob Bartol Explains how effectively the Mag-Probe Makes a solenoid Valve Test in Extreme Weather Conditions. Bob Bartol interviewed by David Kalstrom CEO at Outbound Excellence.  One of the biggest problems in working on solenoid valves with test equipment in cold environments is freezing meters…