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mohsen
NDT Inspector,
arta industry testing, Iran, Joined Jan 2013, 19

mohsen

NDT Inspector,
arta industry testing,
Iran,
Joined Jan 2013
19
14:58 Jun-30-2015
UT of AL rod

hi
we want inspect a lot of Al rod(solid bar) with UT inspection to detect internal defect in it. the OD of rod is 30mm and 3m length.what's your suggestion?contact or immersion?manual or auto?why and what?
tanx

    
 
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Neil Burleigh
Sales
Krautkramer Australia Pty Ltd, Australia, Joined Dec 2002, 158

Neil Burleigh

Sales
Krautkramer Australia Pty Ltd,
Australia,
Joined Dec 2002
158
01:24 Jul-01-2015
Re: UT of AL rod
In Reply to mohsen at 14:58 Jun-30-2015 (Opening).

Hello Mohsen,
'a lot' is not a quantifiable amount. 20 bars might be a lot also 10,000 could be a lot, 1,000,000 is definitely a lot.

if it is going to be an on-going inspection then an automated UT immersion system would be the most cost effective option.

The best way is to determine if a manual or automated inspection is best (meaning most cost effective) is to test a small number manually and work out the inspection cost per length. Then obtain the price for an automated system and divide the cost of the automated system into the number of bars that you wish to test. compare your results.

    
 
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