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Dave Cartwright
Dave Cartwright
01:27 Aug-03-1999
High temperature u/s transducer

We urgently need to source transducers (50+) for a permanent thickness monitoring application.

The devices must be capable of operating at 250C whilst bonded to the stainless steel piping of interest. The entirety will be lagged and left un-maintained or inspected for at least 12 months!

Centre frequency would be at least 3.5MHz but not higher than 5MHz, wideband, high resolution - capable of measuring down to 1.75mm or less ideally.

We need off the shelf product - not the predeicted result of research please!

Thanks


 
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Dipl.-Ing. Martin Heinz
Dipl.-Ing. Martin Heinz
01:34 Aug-03-1999
Re: High temperature u/s transducer
: We urgently need to source transducers (50+) for a permanent thickness monitoring application.

: The devices must be capable of operating at 250C whilst bonded to the stainless steel piping of interest. The entirety will be lagged and left un-maintained or inspected for at least 12 months!

: Centre frequency would be at least 3.5MHz but not higher than 5MHz, wideband, high resolution - capable of measuring down to 1.75mm or less ideally.

: We need off the shelf product - not the predeicted result of research please!

: Thanks

Dear Mr. Cartwright,

please contact the companies ETALON (http://www.etaloninc.com) and ULTRAN (http://www.ultranlabs.com). Both companies manufacture high-temperature NDT-probes for testing at continuous temperatures of more than 300° C.

Best regards,

Dipl.-Ing. Martin Heinz.



 
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Norm Taormina
Norm Taormina
02:37 Sep-08-1999
Re: High temperature u/s transducer
: : We urgently need to source transducers (50+) for a permanent thickness monitoring application.

: : The devices must be capable of operating at 250C whilst bonded to the stainless steel piping of interest. The entirety will be lagged and left un-maintained or inspected for at least 12 months!

: : Centre frequency would be at least 3.5MHz but not higher than 5MHz, wideband, high resolution - capable of measuring down to 1.75mm or less ideally.

: : We need off the shelf product - not the predeicted result of research please!

: : Thanks

: Dear Mr. Cartwright,

: please contact the companies ETALON (http://www.etaloninc.com) and ULTRAN (http://www.ultranlabs.com). Both companies manufacture high-temperature NDT-probes for testing at continuous temperatures of more than 300° C.

: Best regards,

: Dipl.-Ing. Martin Heinz.




 
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