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20:29 Jul-16-2019

For the UT Scan of Forging materials i am Using TR Probe.But My TR probe hasn't Face protection so it will damage probe .So I am planing to stick one Perspex on TR probe.can I stick one perspex or I have to cut the perspex sheet as one sheet in Transmit side & one is in Receiver side.I mean do we need a divider or separation between tips T & R or can we stick one single Sheet of Perspex on the tip ?

Edward Ginzel
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Materials Research Institute, Canada, Joined Nov 1998, 1282

Edward Ginzel

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Materials Research Institute,
Joined Nov 1998
21:53 Jul-16-2019
In Reply to Linto at 20:29 Jul-16-2019 (Opening).

You will need the divider to ensure the near surface resolution provided by the TR probe.


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