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azhar
azhar
08:54 Mar-11-2007
couplant on hot surface

is there everybody know, can we carry out UT on hot surface temperature about 800 degree celcius,what type of couplant used?


 
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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
02:53 Mar-11-2007
Re: couplant on hot surface
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: is there everybody know, can we carry out UT on hot surface temperature about 800 degree celcius,what type of couplant used?
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Hello
What sort of UT do you want to perform defect detection (scanning) or spot thickness testing? This will govern what sort of couplant you will use. Do you have probes to perform these UT tasks?

Regards

Neil Burleigh


 
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Ashish T
Consultant
UNIQUE EVALUATION, India, Joined Feb 2007, 42

Ashish T

Consultant
UNIQUE EVALUATION,
India,
Joined Feb 2007
42
00:47 Mar-13-2007
Re: couplant on hot surface
Dear

We can provide you some Very high temp. couplants. Conatct us.



 
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Mark Potter
Mark Potter
02:28 Mar-14-2007
Re: couplant on hot surface
Depending on how much expense/hassle you want to go to, a laser-EMAT system (laser generator, EMAT reciever) can work at these temperatures, but it would be expensive and not very portable, so more geared to production line than on-site. No couplant would be required in that case.

Mark.


 
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