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cesar
cesar
02:26 Jan-21-2005
100 khz

I'm looking for 100 khz transducers, or a frecuency near that, Does anybody knows a company in the U.S. where I can get it??

thanks in advanced.


 
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Mark Carlos
Engineering, -
MISTRAS Products & Systems, USA, Joined Mar 2002, 4

Mark Carlos

Engineering, -
MISTRAS Products & Systems,
USA,
Joined Mar 2002
4
05:52 Jan-21-2005
Re: 100 khz
You can contact Physical Acoustics Corporation who does sell an AE Sensor called an R6 which operates at 100 kHz. For more information contact their website at www.pacndt.com.

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: I'm looking for 100 khz transducers, or a frecuency near that, Does anybody knows a company in the U.S. where I can get it??
: thanks in advanced.
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Ethan
Ethan
09:06 Jan-21-2005
Re: 100 khz
Hello,

For what application? Most of the larger transducer manufacturing companies (GE-Krautkramer, Panametrics, and as Mark mentioned of course, physical Acoustics)will have two versions of 100 KHz, one designed for pulse echo work, or a pair for through transmission

If you are looking for such a device for maybe high power non NDT applications, there are Branson and Massa. Both have applications for power levels such as Ultrasonic welding, SONAR, ultrasonic cleaning baths etc...

I may miss some, but you can search on www.thomasregister.com, it is an excellent resource
Best of Luck.

Ethan


 
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