ULTRASONIC FLAW DETECTOR

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SONOCON B ULTRASONIC FLAW DETECTOR
SONOCON BL ULTRASONIC FLAW DETECTOR

The Sonocon B belongs to the next generation of portable UT instruments. Using high-end electronics and having the richest set of modes and software features, it can solve any task that can be solved with a portable UT device.

The Sonocon B belongs to the next generation of portable UT instruments. Using high-end electronics and having the richest set of modes and software features, it can solve any task that can be solved with a portable UT device.

The ОКО-22М-UT ultrasonic flaw detector is a standalone electronic unit. It is intended for application in high-performance automated multi-channel NDT Systems, transportable systems (mechanized NDT systems) or for manual testing.

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The UDS2-77 ultrasonic single rail flaw detector is a mechanized trolley intended for the inspection of one rail line.
The flaw detector employs a unique scanning scheme that allows testing the entire rail section, except for foot flanges, by pulse echo, echo-shadow and echo-image techniques.

The flaw detector is intended for defect detection on the running surface of both rails and in the rail cross-section, excluding rail base blades. It employs a flaw detection trolley for continuous testing and manual probes for confirmatory testing of individual rail cross-section segments and welded joints.

USR-01 Set is intended for ultrasonic inspection of aluminothermic welded rail joints in accordance with EN14730-1 requirements. The USR-01 Set can be used for inspection of joints welded by the electrocontact method, for secondary rail track inspection based on the results of mechanized and quick systems of ultrasonic testing, as well as for pre-weld inspection of end sections of new and used rails before welding them at rail welding enterprises or in tracks.

The OKOSCAN UT73HS System is intended for automated high-speed testing of rail in service.

TOFD EQUIPMENT

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For several decades TOFD method has been widely used for fast and reliable UT of welded joints. TOFD offers great accuracy for measuring the critical size of crack-like-defects. The accuracy of better than ±1mm can be obtained in a wide range of material thickness.

For over the past 30 years Time-Of-Flight Diffraction (TOFD) technique of the UT method of NDT has been developed swiftly and has become an irreplaceable one when carrying out welded joints testing. TOFD assures a great accuracy for comfortable measuring the critical size of defects. The accuracy of better than ±1mm can be obtained in a wide range of material thickness.

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