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Koichiro Kawashima
Consultant
Ultrasonic Materials Diagnosis Lab., Japan, Joined Oct 2004, 2

Koichiro Kawashima

Consultant
Ultrasonic Materials Diagnosis Lab.,
Japan,
Joined Oct 2004
2
06:49 Feb-20-2004
Small EMAT sensor

Does anyone make small(5x5mm) shear wave EMAT with frequency up to 5MHz? We have RITEC RAM10000 for a pulser and BR640 for a receiver.


    
 
 
Charlie Jackson
Engineering
MBINSPECTION, United Kingdom, Joined Aug 2003, 7

Charlie Jackson

Engineering
MBINSPECTION,
United Kingdom,
Joined Aug 2003
7
02:37 Feb-20-2004
Re: Small EMAT sensor
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: Does anyone make small(5x5mm) shear wave EMAT with frequency up to 5MHz? We have RITEC RAM10000 for a pulser and BR640 for a receiver.
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Try Sonic Sensors Ca they may be able to help.

Regards Charlie


    
 
 
Katie Lee
Katie Lee
08:05 Feb-23-2004
Re: Small EMAT sensor
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Does anyone make small(5x5mm) shear wave EMAT with frequency up to 5MHz? We have RITEC RAM10000 for a pulser and BR640 for a receiver.
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Hello Koichiro Kawashima,

Panametrics NDT, a business of R/D Tech Instruments Instruments, Inc. manufactures a magnetostrictive EMAT sensor that is approximately 2.25 MHz and 1/2" element diameter. This EMAT is designed for use with a conventional ultrasonic flaw detector, not a Lorentz Force EMAT pulser.

Keep in mind, the magnetostrictive principle that our E110-SB utilizes only works if the parts have a coating of high temperature oxide scale, which acts as the active element. The transducer will not work on clean metals. Please contact R/D Tech for additional information.

Regards,
Katie Lee
Product Manager, Transducers


    
 
 
Joe Buckley
Consultant, ASNT L-III, Honorary Secretary of BINDT
Level X NDT, BINDT, United Kingdom, Joined Oct 1999, 519

Joe Buckley

Consultant, ASNT L-III, Honorary Secretary of BINDT
Level X NDT, BINDT,
United Kingdom,
Joined Oct 1999
519
07:48 Feb-24-2004
Re: Small EMAT sensor
Sonatest can also supply similar a transducer (EMAT-0.5STD) with similar limitations. Side entry Cable, overall height around 25mm


Joe

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: : Does anyone make small(5x5mm) shear wave EMAT with frequency up to 5MHz? We have RITEC RAM10000 for a pulser and BR640 for a receiver.
: Hello Koichiro Kawashima,
: Panametrics NDT, a business of R/D Tech Instruments Instruments, Inc. manufactures a magnetostrictive EMAT sensor that is approximately 2.25 MHz and 1/2" element diameter. This EMAT is designed for use with a conventional ultrasonic flaw detector, not a Lorentz Force EMAT pulser.
: Keep in mind, the magnetostrictive principle that our E110-SB utilizes only works if the parts have a coating of high temperature oxide scale, which acts as the active element. The transducer will not work on clean metals. Please contact R/D Tech for additional information.
: Regards,
: Katie Lee
: Product Manager, Transducers
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Wolfgang Bisle
R & D, Project leader & Group Leader InService Inspect.
Airbus Deutschland GmbH, Germany, Joined Jul 2000, 35

Wolfgang Bisle

R & D, Project leader & Group Leader InService Inspect.
Airbus Deutschland GmbH,
Germany,
Joined Jul 2000
35
06:39 Feb-27-2004
Re: Small EMAT sensor
Call the people from IzfP... they have developed a nice system which we now evaluate ... looks promizing as it works nicely...
Even transducers show an interestng behaviour - but you need their electronics...
All other stuff we had seen before, did not cover our needs and looked vey experimental, this is now a nice approach to EMAT for mobile carry-on inspection....
refer to:
http://www.ndt.net/article/0398/huebsch/hueb_d.htm




    
 
 
as before....
as before....
06:40 Feb-27-2004
Re: Small EMAT sensor
once more: refer also to:
http://www.qnetworld.com/emat_testing/emat_1.html

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Borja Lopez
Director
Innerspec Technologies, USA, Joined Jun 2002, 36

Borja Lopez

Director
Innerspec Technologies,
USA,
Joined Jun 2002
36
00:19 Feb-27-2004
Re: Small EMAT sensor
Innerspec Technologies is the leader in EMAT applications and we also sell instrumentation and application-specific sensors. Contact us at temate@innerspec.com or 434-948-1330 for additional information.

Regards,


----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Call the people from IzfP... they have developed a nice system which we now evaluate ... looks promizing as it works nicely...
: Even transducers show an interestng behaviour - but you need their electronics...
: All other stuff we had seen before, did not cover our needs and looked vey experimental, this is now a nice approach to EMAT for mobile carry-on inspection....
: refer to:
: http://www.ndt.net/article/0398/huebsch/hueb_d.htm
:
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Massimo Gori
R & D,
CESI, Italy, Joined Mar 2006, 3

Massimo Gori

R & D,
CESI,
Italy,
Joined Mar 2006
3
07:21 Mar-29-2004
Re: Small EMAT sensor
----------- Start Original Message -----------
: Does anyone make small(5x5mm) shear wave EMAT with frequency up to 5MHz? We have RITEC RAM10000 for a pulser and BR640 for a receiver.
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Dear Koichiro Kawashima,
we manufacture an EMAT system suited to applications such as thickness measure, and residual stress evaluation.
EMAT probe for shear horizontal thickness 0° wave (3-4 MHz)has active area of 6x6 mm, external case about 30 mm diameter. A dual axis probe (two crossing linear polarization) is exploited for residual stress evaluation (see article on ndt.net - direct link below.
Additional info and documentation available: which is your target application?
Regards

massimo gori



    
 
 
Oleg
Oleg
17:24 Feb-10-2017
Re: Small EMAT sensor
In Reply to Koichiro Kawashima at 06:49 Feb-20-2004 (Opening).

No problem. Develop and produce sensors and electronics. http://oktanta-ndt.ru

    
 
 

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