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Unit 4, Elgar Business Centre
Moseley Road, Hallow
T: 01905 371 460
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Ultrasonic Flaw Detector Range


Ultrasonic Flaw Detectors - Range

Product Code: Avenger EZ, Raptor, Smartor, utPod, Curlin Air, ISonic 2008, ISonic 2009 UPA Scope, ISonic 3505, ISonic 3507, ISonic 3510, ISonic 16/32 AUT, ISonic PA AUT, Socomate USPC, Socomate FAAST, Automated Testing Systems (AUT).

Ultrasonic Flaw Detectors - From Easy-to-Use, Hand-held Ultrasonic Flaw Detectors to Phased Array Ultrasonic Flaw Detectors for many Ultrasonic Flaw Detection Applications including crack detection, weld inspection, defect sizing and more..

Ultrasonic Flaw Detectors operate on a principle similar to sonar except at much higher frequencies and speed. The Transducer sends a short pulse of sound into the material. This pulse is reflected as an echo from the back wall of the material returning to the transducer (left hand screen above). If the pulse is interrupted by a defect/void, some of the sound is reflected back to the probe creating a new echo between the material surface echo and back wall echo (right hand screen above) the rest of the sound travels around the indication and reflecting off the back wall and returning to the transducer. Flaw Detection Flaw detection is the process of identifying and sizing sub-surface defects in materials. One of the most common techniques to identify defects is ultrasonic inspection where sound waves, propagated through the material, are used to identify such anomalies. The high frequency sound behaves predictably when interacting with surfaces and internal defects. Flaw detection can be applied in almost any industry from composites and metals used in aerospace, to petrochemical oil and gas pipelines, storage tanks and power generation including nuclear power. The most common anomalies include cracks, voids and porosity in metals, ceramics and plastics in addition to de-laminations and dis-bonds in composites.

Advantages of ultrasonic testing include: 
• Access is only required from one side for pulse-echo mode
• The depth of penetration is superior to other methods 
• Highly accurate flaw sizing and shape
• Minimal part preparation is required.
• Results are in real-time Modern portable flaw detectors interpret the distinctive sound echoes given off by the anomalies. Imaging flaw detectors provide colour and manual or automated scanning ability to generate easy to understand, full-field, C-scan images of the material and reduce inspection time dramatically.

Many models to choose from to suit your needs.

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