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Andre van Vuuren
Andre van Vuuren
06:33 Apr-03-2001
High Temp UT Probes

I am looking for contacts who can supply me with UT probes for continual scanning at temperatures Exceeding 300°C. Both compression & shear wave single & Twin crystal probes are required.

Thank you


    
 
 
sunil mukul
NDT Inspector
offshore testing & inspection services (I) pvt ltd, India, Joined Dec 2000, 17

sunil mukul

NDT Inspector
offshore testing & inspection services (I) pvt ltd,
India,
Joined Dec 2000
17
04:38 Apr-05-2001
Re: High Temp UT Probes
: please contact with details
we have these type of probes of panametric make.
: Thank you

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Art Leach
Art Leach
05:13 Apr-06-2001
Re: High Temp UT Probes
Krautkramer makes the HT-400 probes cabable of measurements at surface temperatures of 500 Degrees C (1,000 F). This ofcourse requires temperature cycling of the probe. More information is available on www.krautkramer.com.

: I am looking for contacts who can supply me with UT probes for continual scanning at temperatures Exceeding 300°C. Both compression & shear wave single & Twin crystal probes are required.
.
: Thank you
.



    
 
 
Katie Lee
Katie Lee
07:54 Apr-11-2001
Re: High Temp UT Probes

Panametrics Dual Element D790 transducer can be used for intermittant contact up to 500 C, and continuous contact up to 150 C. Panametrics X2002 Single Element Delay Line transducer can be used for continuous contact up to 175 C and 85 PSIG.

At 300 C it will be difficult to continuously scan with a shear wave transducer since even shear wave couplants melt at this temperature. Liquid couplants cannot be sheared and therefore cannot transmit shear waves. Unless the transducer is bonded to the test surface (which will eliminate the ability to scan), or you find a couplant that doesn't melt at this temperature, you will not be able to transmit shear waves at this temperature.

For more information, please visit Panametrics at www.panametrics.com.


: I am looking for contacts who can supply me with UT probes for continual scanning at temperatures Exceeding 300°C. Both compression & shear wave single & Twin crystal probes are required.
.
: Thank you
.



    
 
 
Jim Knowles
Jim Knowles
05:34 Apr-18-2001
Re: High Temp UT Probes
: I am looking for contacts who can supply me with UT probes for continual scanning at temperatures Exceeding 300°C. Both compression & shear wave single & Twin crystal probes are required.
.
: Thank you
.
I have used high temp probes upto 400 degrees continously.


    
 
 

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