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Pomini® Inspektor System: the complete, state of the art roll defect detection and vibration analysis system
Pomini® Inspektor System is designed and developed by Pomini® Tenova and used in steel and non-ferrous rolling mills throughout the world to detect surface and subsurface defects with Eddy Current and Ultrasound technology. Vibration analysis is an additional enhancing feature.
Structural defects on the surface and in the body of rolls, and cracks and bruises that develop during the rolling process, or as a result of imperfections in the roll casting or forging process, affect the operation of rolling mills. Vibrations from the grinding process also threaten the quality of the rolls surface.

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Andrea Tognoni
Pomini Inspektor Product Manager @Tenova S.p.A
In 1997, graduated as an Electronic Engineer at Politecnico of Milan. In November 1998, began the professional activity at Pomini, Techint group, in Castellanza (Varese), as an automation engineer in the team responsible for software development. In 2005, became Junior Product Manager responsible for the software and hardware development of the Pomini NDT system. In 2011, became Senior Product Manager responsible for product planning, market analysis and supporting continuous improvement activities in the technology area. Since 2017, is also responsible for improving hardware/firmware and sensors dedicated to technologies like Eddy Current, Ultrasound, Vibration monitoring system with the aim of miniaturization and digitization of the signals.