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Phan The Long
Phan The Long
12:48 Jun-01-2009
Phase Array UT

Hi,

I am going to invest PA UT OMNI SCAN 16:128, Olympus for weld inspection, thickness from 10 - 50 mm. Anyone can advise me which accessories needed?

Thanks

 
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Aaron Greenbank
Aaron Greenbank
16:14 Jun-01-2009
Re: Phase Array UT
In Reply to Phan The Long at 12:48 Jun-01-2009 (Opening).

If you can tell me where you are, I can arrange to have somone local contact you to help with your equipment choice, we would be happy to help.

Aaron Greenbank

 
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Alex
Alex
15:16 Jun-03-2009
Re: Phase Array UT
In Reply to Phan The Long at 12:48 Jun-01-2009 (Opening).

Hi!
Probably, the variant on 32 channels will be more interesting.
Pay attention to the sizes of prisms.
At the big length of a prism you cannot supervise a direct beam welded seams on 10ìì and with small radius.
Probably, for a thickness 10ìì it is required more 5ÌÃö, (but the price...)
Necessity in phase frray on 64-128 elements depends on objects of the control.
Necessity of the scanner depends on objects of the control.
As the encoder on badly prepared surface to work not conveniently.
See alternative offers (comparing the price).
Successes!

 
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