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NDT.net Issue - 2015-03 - NEWS
NDT.net Issue: 2015-03
Publication: e-Journal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) ISSN 1435-4934 (NDT.net Journal)
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Olympus Introduces its New Dual Linear Array™ Probe for Fast, Simple, and Reliable Corrosion Imaging.

Olympus Scientific Solutions Americas (OSSA)226, Waltham, MA, USA


Waltham, MA, USA, February 16, 2015 — Olympus, a world leader in nondestructive testing technologies, is pleased to announce the introduction of its new Dual Linear Array probe designed to improve the inspection of internally corroded parts such as pipes, tanks, and plates. The new Dual Linear Array probe provides the inspector with several advantages over conventional ultrasonic dual element transducers that are typically used with flaw detectors. This phased array solution improves productivity through features such as larger beam coverage, faster scan speed and C-scan imaging with increased data-point density. The pitch-catch technique used by this new probe offers better near-surface resolution and pit detection in corrosion survey applications than standard phased array pulse-echo, improving probability of detection of critical wall thinning. Its compact, lightweight aluminum housing provides easy handling and operation while carbide wear plates protect the wedges for increased durability.

The Dual Linear Array™ probe adds a new low-cost entry-level inspection capability to the existing Olympus HydroFORM® and RexoFORM corrosion solutions, especially when combined with the OmniScan® SX. When using the probe with an OmniScan phased array instrument, the setup and operation is simple: load the setup file, check the calibration, and then inspect and record the data. The Dual Linear Array probe adds a new low-cost entry-level inspection capability to the existing Olympus HydroFORM® and RexoFORM corrosion solutions. This new probe is yet another product in Olympus’ complete offerings for corrosion inspection solutions utilizing ultrasound, phased array, eddy current, and remote visual inspection. Learn more >> here.

About Olympus
Olympus Corporation is an international leader in precision technology, operating in industrial, medical, academic and consumer markets, specializing in optics, electronics, and precision engineering. As a subsidiary of Olympus Corporation, Olympus Scientific Solutions Americas is an integral part of the global Olympus network with specific responsibility for the sales and marketing of life science and industrial instrumentation in the Americas. The company’s core product line-up offers clinical, educational, and research microscopes, nondestructive testing equipment, and analytical instruments all designed with the unwavering commitment to enhancing people’s lives every day and contributing to the safety, security, quality, and productivity of society.

For more information please contact:
Meindert Anderson
Corporate Director, Marketing Communications
Olympus Scientific Solutions Americas
(1) 781-419-3562
meindert.anderson@olympus-ossa.com
www.olympus-ims.com

 
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