Evident Scientific/Olympus Datasheets for Ultrasonic Transducers

Ultrasonic transducers send and receive waves for many types of sensing. Examples include distance, proximity, level, nondestructive evaluation, web break detection, counting, and security applications.
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Advantages: Proprietary WC-5 wear plate increases durability, fracture resistance, and wear resistance All styles are designed for use in rugged industrial environments Close acoustic impedance matching to most metals Can...
Advantages: Improves near surface resolution Eliminates delay line multiples for high temperature applications Couples well on rough or curved surfaces Reduces direct back-scattering noise in coarse grained or scattering materials...
Advantages: Proprietary WC-5 wear plate increases durability, fracture resistance, and wear resistance All styles are designed for use in rugged industrial environments Close acoustic impedance matching to most metals Can...
Advantages: Provides versatility by offering removable delay line, protective wear cap, and protective membrane When the transducer is used alone (without any of the options), the epoxy wear face provides...
Advantages: The immersion technique provides a means of uniform coupling Quarter wavelength matching layer increases sound energy output Corrosion resistant 303 stainless steel case with chrome-plated brass connectors Proprietary RF...
Advantages: Three-material design of our Accupath wedges improves signal-to-noise characteristics while providing excellent wear resistance High temperature wedges available for in-service inspection of hot materials Wedges can be customized to...
Applications: Straight beam flaw detection and thickness gaging Detection and sizing of delaminations Material characterization and sound velocity measurements Inspection of plates, billets, bars, forgings, castings, extrusions, and a wide...
Extended Range Duals Shallow roof angles provide greater sensitivity to deep flaws, back walls, and other reflectors, 0.75" (19 mm) and beyond in steel Can be used for high temperature...
Angle beam probes are used with a wedge to transmit a refracted shear or longitudinal wave into a test piece. Designed for a wide range of applications, they can be...
AWS transducers and wedges conform to the specific requirements of the American Welding Society's Structural Welding Code for angle beam assemblies used in weld inspection. Advantages Transducers and wedges meet...
The 30-70-70 crack detection technique uses a single element transducer with a CDS wedge for detection and sizing of ID connected cracks. This technique uses a combination of three waves...
The Panametrics-NDT Microscan transducers are frequently used with the Series 25 and Series 35 thickness gages, as well as other commercially available thickness gages, flaw detectors and ultrasonic instrumentation. Microscan...
The Sonopen® transducer has a replaceable delay line that is tapered to a small contact area. This transducer makes reliable thickness measurements in applications such as turbine blades, threads on...
Transducers are available in metric unit element diameters and common frequencies, such as 1, 2, 4, 5, and 6 MHz.
Large element size allows for inspection of thicker components and provides a large scanning index Transducers available in Accuscan-S, Centrascan, and Videoscan Series Accupath and High Temperature style wedges available...

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