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John McCanna
John McCanna
02:16 Jan-06-1999
ULTRASONIC INSPECTION OF WOODEN UTILITY POLES

I am seeking information on inspecting wooden utility
poles to determine the "life remaining" and "quantity of
decay". Also, where equipment such as the "sylvatest" or
similar low frequency ultrasonic equipment may be
purchased? Thank you.


 
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Risto Backman
Risto Backman
00:17 Dec-10-1999
Re: ULTRASONIC INSPECTION OF WOODEN UTILITY POLES

I am seeking information on inspecting wooden utility
Also, where equipment such as the "sylvatest" or
similar low frequency ultrasonic equipment may be
purchased? Thank you.

Actually, we are interested in more info. as well as any lab result has been gained from this machine.

Ofcourse we need yr quotation and delivery time.




 
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Ahmed Mubarrazi
Ahmed Mubarrazi
03:50 May-02-2000
Re: ULTRASONIC INSPECTION OF WOODEN UTILITY POLES
: I am seeking information on inspecting wooden utility
: poles to determine the "life remaining" and "quantity of
: decay". Also, where equipment such as the "sylvatest" or
: similar low frequency ultrasonic equipment may be
: purchased? Thank you.




 
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Jerry
Jerry
01:20 May-11-2000
Re: ULTRASONIC INSPECTION OF WOODEN UTILITY POLES
:Try Engineering Data Management (EDM) in Fort Collins, CO. Good luck.

I am seeking information on inspecting wooden utility
: poles to determine the "life remaining" and "quantity of
: decay". Also, where equipment such as the "sylvatest" or
: similar low frequency ultrasonic equipment may be
: purchased? Thank you.




 
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Stephen Bracegirdle
Sales
OIS Engineering Ltd, United Kingdom, Joined Feb 2000, 5

Stephen Bracegirdle

Sales
OIS Engineering Ltd,
United Kingdom,
Joined Feb 2000
5
00:16 May-12-2000
Re: ULTRASONIC INSPECTION OF WOODEN UTILITY POLES
: I am seeking information on inspecting wooden utility
: poles to determine the "life remaining" and "quantity of
: decay". Also, where equipment such as the "sylvatest" or
: similar low frequency ultrasonic equipment may be
: purchased? Thank you.

OIS Engineering has a field portable scanning jig for inspecting utility poles using digital radiography with CT. For further info please email me at seb@oisel.co.uk




 
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