Demagnetization Test

Demagnetization Test Conducted Using the Mag-Probe

Demagnetization Test Conducted After Making Magnetized Metal Part Crack Test An Academic/Professional wrote in a Cole-Parmer Review. “We use it to ensure magnetism is present and then to make sure the magnetism is gone after our checking for cracks.”   The magnetization and demagnetization test process can be lengthy as you will see by Reading the…

Mag-Probe Testing Soft Drink Dispenser

These Following Machines and Soft Drink Dispensers are Typically Found in: The following information will show you how to troubleshoot a set drink dispenser using a Bartol Mag-Probe. Fast Food and Restaurant Applications Machine #1 – When a soft drink dispenser selection is made a signal is sent to a solenoid valve causing fluid to fill the cup. The…

aircraft elevators

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…

Locomotive

Mag-Probe Locomotive Interface Unit Relay Test

Here is the Bartol Mag-Probe Locomotive Interface Unit Relays Test Testing EPIC Control Portion Magnet Valves – EPIC 3102/II – Locomotive Interface Unit Relay Testing Locomotive Interface Unit Relays  MagProbeUsing a Bartol Mag-Probe Place the Mag-Probe near the locomotive interface unit relay coil to be Tested.   Relay numbers can be identified by the silkscreening on the printed onThe Printed…

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,…

Intrinsically Safe

Mag-Probe is Intrinsically Safe to Use In Explosive Environments

Mag-Probe is Intrinsically Safe to Use In Explosive Environments   Sealed explosion proof, intrinsically safe solenoid valves, relays and contactors are totally encapsulated. Troubleshooting these valves, relays and contactors using a non-contact Bartol Mag-Probe virtually eliminates any chance of electrical arc. We accomplish this by using low voltage and low current and the contacts, that make…