Ultrasonic Thickness Gauges (UT)


А1207 is designed for inspecting wall thickness of metallic and plastic pipes, boilers, vessels, with a roughness up to Rz160 and curvature radius from 10 mm.

А1207 may be applied in the chemical, food, oil-and-gas industry, in shipbuilding and ship repair, thermal and atomic engineering, on machine-building and transport agencies, in a municipal economy.


Special Features

  • Built-in double crystal probe operating at 10 MHz;
  • Can often penetrate hard frost;
  • Four preset velocities of the ultrasound with ability to change;
  • Low price;
  • Chargeable via USB Port;
  • Small dimensions and weight;
  • V - correction availability;
  • Can replace the built-in double crystal probe;
  • Full digital channel;
  • Built-in battery c/w external charger (included);
  • Auto cut-off for external power supply and battery charge;
  • Long battery life (24 hrs);
  • Test block and couplant included

Technical Specifications

Thickness Measurement Range (For Steel) 0.7 to 35mm
Probe 10MHz Twin Crystal
Surface Diameter of the Ultrasonic Probe 6mm
Ultrasonic Velocity Adjustment Range (Four Presets) 1000 to 9000 m/s
Measurement Accuracy +/-0.5% of meas. thickness +/-0.1
Battery Operating Time (From Full Charge) 24 hours
Operating Temperature Range -30 to +60 C
Dimensions 140x25x14mm
Weight 55g

Ultrasonic Instruments from Dakota:


Take your MX-3 underwater with the UMX underwater enclosure. This custom designed housing provides a convenient method for off-shore inspections.

The UMX / MX-3 combination is designed to inspect for corrosion in a variety of off-shore applications: Ships, pipes, storage vessels, docks, pilings, and piers.



The MVX is equipped with multiple viewing options to provide users with a complete set inspection tools:

(RF waveform, +/- Rectified waveform, Time based B-Scan, and Large Digits).



The MX-1 is our most basic model. This gauge can be pre-programmed for a specific material type using a simple PC program.

The MX-1 is an excellent choice for users that measure the same material type all the time, and do not have the need to re-calibrate to different materials on the fly.

Note: The material velocity must be known prior to programming.