Ultrasonic Flaw Detectors

Ultrasonic Flaw Detectors from Sonotron

The Isonic 2006

The Isonic 2006 is a portable, battery operated flaw detector with advanced features.

Software modules include Weld inspection, Corrosion Mapping, A-B-C Scan mapping, Time of Flight Diffraction (TOFD) and Phased Array

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Isonic utPOD

The Isonic utPOD is the smallest, full-featured flaw detector / thickness gauge in the world

This unit can be connected to a projector, lap-top or external monitor, and accepts a wide variety of straight-beam and angle-beam transducers.

The UT POD can be used as a basic building block in a scanning, immersion tank system or can be strapped to the forearm in order to conduct hands free flaw detection work.

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Sonotron utPOD

The Sonotron utPOD can function as a sophisticated digital thickness gauge; a concrete tester or a hands-free unit with touch control.

All-functional Thickness Guage and Simple Corrosion Gauge

  • Dual / Single element probe operation
  • Automatic gain / initial pulse control
  • 100 MHz sampling rate
  • Multiple back wall echo technique with delay line single element probes for high precision measurements
  • Multiple back wall echo technique with delay line dual element probes for through-paint / through-coating measurements
  • Pure Digital Display
  • Digital Display Combined with A-Scan Mini / Max
  • Differential
  • Variety of calibration and zeroing techniques
  • Ultrasound velocity gauge for material structure analysis

    

Sonotron Flaw Detectors offer a wide range of application specific software:

  • Long range UT (photo at right showing tank floor inspected from the chime)
  • Time of Flight Diffraction (TOFD)
  • Phased Array (16, 32 or 64 channels)
  • A-B-C-D Scan
  • Timed and odometer controlled weld inspection
  • Corrosion mapping
  • Thickness testing
  • Set-up wizard for code-requirement test set-up
  • All A-Scans are stored for later display and analysis / reporting

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Automated Weld inspection for pipeline girth welds can be achieved using Isonic Phased Array System and girth weld inspection hardware

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