poroscope

poroscope

(ˈpɔːrəˌskəʊp)
n
an instrument for measuring porosity
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Meeting this challenge, Fischer has developed the POROSCOPE series of instruments, a device colloquially referred to as a "holiday detector".
Porosity testing on pipelines and off-shore structures using the POROSCOPE HV40
High voltage (HV) porosity testing is the only truly reliable method for verifying the intactness of corrosion-protection coatings on marine structures and the new POROSCOPE series has been developed specifically to meet the extremely harsh conditions in off-shore environments.
Fischer Instrument's prototype of the FA100 probe capable of measuring pipeline coatings of up to 100 mm, will be presented at the Pipeline and Marine Corrosion Conference at Edinburgh 15-18 October 2012, in addition to the newly upgraded Poroscope HV40 porosity tester capable of detecting pores and cracks not visible to the eye in electrically non conductive protective coatings.