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ADVANCED Ultrasonic Thickness gauges
Our Range of ADVANCED Ultrasonic Thickness gauges
A top specification gauge with selectable high resolution display options (A-Scan, B-Scan, & Large Digits) & adjustable gain. 12,000 page data storage. Kit includes probe, software, data cable, carrying case & NIST Calibration Certificate.
The PVX v2.0 is an advanced precision A-Scan scope with versatility and transducer options offering a measuring range from very thin to extremely thick, with exceptional resolution. Supplied with transducer & calibration certificate.
The functionality of a top line thickness gauge, plus flaw mode enabling fast and accurate flaw detection in welds, forgings or composite materials. DFX 7 with Broad Band Filter (1.8-19 MHz) and DFX 7+ with Broad Band & Narrow Band Filters 2, 5 & 10MHz
ULTRASONIC THICKNESS MEASUREMENT GUIDE Ultrasonic thickness testers are available for measuring most common engineering materials. They work by measuring the time interval between the excitation pulse that generates the sound wave and the first returning echo. The material wall thickness is derived from the relationship between the time of flight of the ultrasonic pulse and the velocity of the sound in the material. The ability to measure components where access is limited to one side only gives ultrasonic thickness gauges a distinct advantage over other methods and allows measurement of pipes, vessels and box sections etc. For basic applications where only one material type is being tested, a simple fixed velocity gauge with a numerical display can be used. For more demanding applications, there are advanced gauges which enable measurement of very thin materials, cast materials, composites, measurement through paint coatings and detection of flaws etc. These advanced instruments have features such as such as A and B scan displays, data loggers, through paint mode, scan and alarm modes.