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NDT.net Issue - 2010-02 - NEWS

PUNDIT 7: Ultrasonic non-destructive integrity testing made easy

Paul N. Gardner Company, Inc., Pompano Beach, FL, USA
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Issue: 2010-02
An essential tool for investigating the structural integrity of a wide range of materials:
  • Concrete
  • Ceramics and refractories
  • Timber
  • And many others

PUNDIT 7 can be used in the laboratory or on site to investigate uniformity: cavities; cracks; fire/frost damage; delamination; deterioration and strength.

Key Benefits

  • Large high visibility LCD graphics display
  • Light, portable and simple to operate
  • Largest measuring range of any comparable instrument (transit times 0 - 999ms)
  • Largest range of transducer options (24kHz to 1MHz, waterproof and wheel probes) and accessories
  • Carry handle built in which can function as stand for bench or site use
  • Unrivalled technical support
  • Optional carrying bag which facilitates easy use and offers protection on site

Key Features

  • Four transmitter voltage options
  • Auto ranging transit time display
  • On screen display of all test settings
  • Wide pulse repetition frequency range (0-100/sec)
  • Integral serial port (RS232) for PC communication
  • Signal level bargraph
  • Remote control from a PC via the serial port
  • Oscilloscope connections
  • Auto-detecting mains power supply
  • Built-in rechargeable batteries

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