Magg

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The Magg™ miniature magnetic crawler offers a unique solution for high definition remote visual inspection across a broad range of applications. Perfect for examining steel structures, this modular inspection robot offers the adaptability you can expect from all Eddyfi Technologies inspection robotic crawlers.

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The Magg inspection robot offers real time recording of live video, still images and sensor data during structural integrity assessments of new and aging infrastructure including above ground storage tanks, pressure vessels, wind turbines, ship hulls and virtually any other steel structures with confined space entry access. The Magg 310 magnetic crawler is ideal for quick viewing of areas just out of reach, while the Magg 480 features an accommodating chassis for a range of payload requirements.

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Magg 310

Magg 480

Key Applications

  • Ship Hull Inspection
  • Wind Turbine Inspection
  • Tank Car Inspection
  • Pressure Vessel Inspection

Key Industries

  • Renewables
  • Petrochemical
  • Oil and Gas
  • Nuclear
  • Marine
  • Rail

Features

  • Miniature magnetic crawler offers high definition remote visual inspection
  • Travels distances up to 1,000m/3,300ft in air or underwater up to 60m/200ft, depending on configuration
  • Accesses spaces as small as 310mm/12.2in, depending on configuration
  • Optional laser lines for on-screen size estimation
  • Accommodating chassis offers ideal platform for various payload requirements

Benefits

  • Camera provides complete look for operator
  • Intuitive functions allow inspectors to quickly learn and operate magnetic robotic inspection crawler
  • Readily adaptable for other NDT sensors for specific job requirements

NDT Integration

We're taking NDT to the next level with remotely operated robotics providing access to areas previously inaccessible. The Magg was designed to reduce or eliminate confined space entry, rope access and scaffolding requirements. Eddyfi Technologies' robotic solutions promote worker safety, increased productivity and lowered costs. Discuss your specific requirements with us today.

Beyond Inspection

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Specifications

Magg 310

Crawler width

310mm (12.2in)

Maximum tether length

100m (330ft)

Maximum speed

3.6m (12ft) per minute

Vehicle weight

6.2kg (14lb)

Tether weight

0.092kg/m (0.062lb/ft)

Vertical payload (tether + load)

14kg (31lb)*

Camera

HD camera, 120x zoom (10x optical), tilting head

Controller

IPC portable controller

Lighting

2 auxiliary LED lights

Depth rating

60m (200ft)

Operating temperature

Normal: 0°C to 45°C (32F to 113F)
Limited: -10° to 45°C (14F to 113F)**

Magg 480

Crawler width

480mm (18.9in)

Maximum tether length

1000m (3300ft)

Maximum speed

6.4m (21ft) per minute

Vehicle weight

36kg (80lb)

Tether weight

0.119kg/m (0.08lb/ft)

Vertical payload (tether + load)

24kg (53lb)*

Camera

Spectrum 90 PTZ camera
Optional:Spectrum 120 HD PTZ camera

Controller

400V controller

Lighting

2 auxiliary LED lights

Depth rating

60m (200ft)

Operating temperature

Normal: 0°C to 45°C (32F to 113F)
Limited: -10° to 45°C (14F to 113F)**

NOTES

*

Actual payload is affected by surface condition and magnetic property of the surface

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Running outside the normal operating condition for prolonged periods of time can affect system performance and reduce life expectancy of some components