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08:27 Jun-25-2004
Jens Forker
low frequency UT probe

Dear all,
Who can help or knows a possible source?

We are looking for a UT probe with almost linear efficiency (if excited by a continuous sine wave) in the band width from (roughly) 10kHz up to 200kHz (we want to sweep the frequency across this range).
Also probes from around 10-100kHz and from 50-200kHz might be of interest.
We need a flat coupling area to couple this probe to solids.

thanks and regards
Jens


 
04:03 Jun-26-2004

N.Kuppusamy

Consultant, NDT Level-III Engineer
Advanced Inspection & Testing (S) Pte Ltd,
Singapore,
Joined Dec 2003
34
Re: low frequency UT probe Hi,
You can contact probe manufacturers such as Krautkramer with your specific requirement. They will construct and supply to you.
N.Kuppusamy

----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Dear all,
: Who can help or knows a possible source?
: We are looking for a UT probe with almost linear efficiency (if excited by a continuous sine wave) in the band width from (roughly) 10kHz up to 200kHz (we want to sweep the frequency across this range).
: Also probes from around 10-100kHz and from 50-200kHz might be of interest.
: We need a flat coupling area to couple this probe to solids.
: thanks and regards
: Jens
------------ End Original Message ------------




 
07:01 Jun-30-2004
Simon Amallraja
Re: low frequency UT probe ----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Dear all,
: Who can help or knows a possible source?
: We are looking for a UT probe with almost linear efficiency (if excited by a continuous sine wave) in the band width from (roughly) 10kHz up to 200kHz (we want to sweep the frequency across this range).
: Also probes from around 10-100kHz and from 50-200kHz might be of interest.
: We need a flat coupling area to couple this probe to solids.
: thanks and regards
: Jens
------------ End Original Message ------------

Dear jens,

Please contact us with more specific data to give u the quote.

Regards.

Simon Amallraja.


 
02:23 Jul-01-2004
J. Dong
Re: low frequency UT probe Hi,

Physical Acoustics Corporation's S9208 sensor is pretty good for this application. It has flat response in this frequency bandwidth. I have used it as an excitation sensor for years.


----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Dear all,
: Who can help or knows a possible source?
: We are looking for a UT probe with almost linear efficiency (if excited by a continuous sine wave) in the band width from (roughly) 10kHz up to 200kHz (we want to sweep the frequency across this range).
: Also probes from around 10-100kHz and from 50-200kHz might be of interest.
: We need a flat coupling area to couple this probe to solids.
: thanks and regards
: Jens
------------ End Original Message ------------




 


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