lkl.png

EMA THICKNESS GAUGE

EN2210 EMA thickness gauge

oktanta_022-e1468828273217.jpg

The EM2210 thickness gauge is designed for thickness measurement on steel pipes, sheet metal, rods, and other products made from steel, aluminum and other metals without couplant and preliminary surface preparation, with an operating clearance of up to 3 mm between the sensor and metal. The clearance can consist of rust, layer of salt deposits or other non-conductive coating (paint, varnish, enamel, plastic, etc.).

The skew makes a minor effect on the device readings in contrast to conventional thickness gauges with piezoelectric transducers that require a sensor fixed in a certain position. The EM2210 thickness gauge uses a special data processing algorithm that provides correct thickness measurements in the presence of disturbing factors such as metal anisotropy, usage of several reflectors, exposure to external interference. The algorithm developed by our experts allows reducing the human factor and simplifying the device interface.

Connection to a tablet, smartphone or another Android OS device allows expanding the capabilities of EM2210 thickness gauge to the level of modern flaw detectors capable of displaying and saving A-scans, B-scans, capable of working with strobes, selecting a thickness measurement mode, signal processing parameters, etc.

EM2210-tablet-screen.jpg
2.jpg
EM2210-manual.jpg

EM4000 EMA thickness gauge

2-petelka-760x580-e1630693291510.jpg
em4000-4-600kh320.png
4-vysokotemp-datchik-760x580.jpg
EM4000-case-tr.jpg.png

The EM4000 EMA thickness gauge is designed for thickness measurement on steel pipes, sheet metal, rods, and other products made from steel, aluminum and other metals, with a operating gap of up to 3 mm between the sensor and metal. Operation of the EMA thickness gauge requires no preliminary surface preparation, no couplant is required. The gap can consist of dirt, layer of rust, layer of salt deposits or other non-conductive coating (paint, varnish, enamel, plastic, etc.). In addition to measuring metal thickness, the EM4000 allows measuring the thickness of non-conductive coating on metal.

A special sensor allows using the EM4000 thickness gauge for thickness measurements on objects heated up to 750 °C. Skew makes a minor effect on the device’s readings, in contrast to conventional thickness gauges with piezoelectric transducers that require sensor fixed in a certain position. The EM4000 thickness gauge has a color display protected by shock-resistant glass. The device uses a special data processing algorithm that provides correct thickness measurements in the presence of disturbing factors such as metal anisotropy, usage of several reflectors, exposure to external interference. The algorithm developed by our experts allows reducing the human factor and simplifying the device interface.

The EM4000 electromagnetic acoustic thickness gauge is capable of connecting to a tablet, smartphone or another device based on the Android OS. This allows expanding the thickness gauge features, analyzing A-scans, B-scans, working with strobes, selecting a thickness measurement mode, signal processing parameters, etc. The EMA thickness gauge can be connected to a tablet either wirelessly via Bluetooth or using a USB cable.

EM1401 UT EMAT+PET+COATING THICKNESS GAUGE COMBINE IN ONE

EM1401_001-3.jpg
EM1401_014.jpg
EM1401_029.png
EM1401_015.png

The EM1401 EMA thickness gauge is designed for thickness measurement on steel pipes, sheet metal, rods, and other products made from steel, aluminum and other metals. The device can be connected to the EMAT with the operating clearance of up to 6 mm between the sensor and metal. The clearance can consist of dirt, layer of rust, layer of salt deposits or other non-conductive coating (paint, varnish, enamel, plastic, etc.). The device can connect to conventional PETs. Also, the device can measure the thickness of coatings on magnetic and non-magnetic metals.
The EM1401 UT thickness gauge can connect to the EMT14014T high-temperature sensor that provides thickness measurement on hot objects heated up to 750 °C. The device implements a special algorithm that accounts for changes in the rate of sound propagation in metal induced by temperature.

Two independent EMAT and PET measuring channels provide an increase in reliability of tests. PET is recommended on the objects where the thickness of deposits existing on the metal surface prevents the use of EMAT and surface cleaning is required.
The EM1401 UT thickness gauge has a color display protected by shock-resistant glass. Like any other EMA thickness gauge produced by our company, the EM1401 UT thickness gauge uses a special data processing algorithm that provides automated correct thickness measurements in the presence of disturbing factors such as metal anisotropy, usage of several reflectors, exposure to external interference. In addition to the automatic mode of thickness measurement, the device allows using manual measurement modes based on the first echo and difference between any two echoes. Manual mode is recommended for severely corroded objects.

The EM1401 electromagnetic acoustic thickness gauge allows the user to analyze A-scans, visualize B-scans (three display options), and save data conveniently on C-scans in a matrix form. If necessary, the user can work with strobes, select a thickness measurement mode, signal processing parameters, etc.

EM1401 UT EMAT+PET+COATING THICKNESS GAUGE COMBINE IN ONE

EM1401_web_021-1.jpg
EM1401_019.jpg
EM1401_web_002-1.jpg
EM1401_web_024-1.jpg

The EM1401 EMA thickness gauge is designed for thickness measurements of steel pipes, sheet metal, rods and other products made from steel, aluminum and other metals with operating clearance of up to 6 mm between the sensor and metal. Operation of the thickness gauge requires no preliminary surface preparation, no couplant is required. The clearance can consist of dirt, layer of rust, layer of salt deposits or other non-conductive coating (paint, varnish, enamel, plastic, etc.).

The special EMT14014T sensor allows using the EM1401 thickness gauge for thickness measurement on objects heated up to 750 °C. The device implements a special algorithm that accounts for changes in the rate of sound propagation in metal induced by temperature.

The sensor skew makes a minor effect on the device readings in contrast to conventional thickness gauges with piezoelectric transducers that require a sensor fixed in a certain position.

The EM1401 thickness gauge has a color display protected by shock-resistant glass. Like any other EMA thickness gauge produced by our company, the EM1401 thickness gauge uses a special data processing algorithm that provides automated correct thickness measurements in the presence of disturbing factors such as metal anisotropy, usage of several reflectors, exposure to external interference. In addition to the automatic mode of thickness measurement, the device allows using manual measurement modes based on the first echo and difference between any two echoes. Manual mode is recommended for severely corroded objects.

The EM1401 electromagnetic acoustic thickness gauge allows the user to analyze A-scans, visualize B-scans (three display options), and save data conveniently on C-scans in a matrix form. If necessary, the user can work with strobes, select a thickness measurement mode, signal processing parameters, etc.

EMT2705 Active electromagnetic-acoustic Transducer

oktanta_050-e1468827575265.jpg

EMT2705 active electromagnetic-acoustic transducer can be connected to any traditional ultrasonic flaw detector instead of the standard piezoelectric transducer and makes it possible to measure thickness of metal objects, search for exfoliations and other flaws without advance surface preparation and usage of couplant. The EMT2705 powered by 9-volt battery can continuously operate 20 hours on a single battery charge. The EMT2705 switches on and off automatically depending on the presence of probe pulses to save the energy when standing idle.

EMT2705P is a EMT2705 transducer modification that uses polarized shear wave. The EMT2705P allows user to identify and measure the anisotropy of rolled steel that, in turn, gives a picture of the stress distribution in the metal and identifies areas with the stress-strain state.

oktanta_052-e1468827534245.jpg
oktanta_051-e1468827554623.jpg
oktanta_047.jpg

TRANSDUCERS

22101-1.png

EMT22101

Wave Type: Lateral wave with radial polarization

Operating Frequency: 1...10MHz

Aperture Diameter: 12mm

Dimension: 39mm x 31mm x 20mm

22102-1.png

EMT22102

Wave Type: Lateral wave with linear polarization

Operating Frequency: 1...10MHz

Aperture Diameter: 2mm x 12mm

Dimension: 39mm x 31mm x 20mm

14012.png

EMT14012

Wave Type: Lateral wave with radial polarization

Operating Frequency: 1...10MHz

Aperture Diameter: 12mm

Dimension: 30mm x 44mm 

14012L.png

EMT14012L

Wave Type: Lateral wave with linear polarization

Operating Frequency: 1...10MHz

Aperture Diameter: 3mm x 12mm

Dimension: 30mm x 44mm 

14013L.png

EMT14013

Wave Type: Lateral wave with radial polarization

Operating Frequency: 1...10MHz

Aperture Diameter: 27mm

Dimension: 40mm x 50mm 

14013L.png

EMT14013L

Wave Type: Lateral wave with lineaR polarization

Operating Frequency: 1...10MHz

Aperture Diameter: 4MM X 27mm

Dimension: 40mm x 50mm 

1.png

EDC5P10FS15

Wave Type: Longitudinal

Type of Sensor: Radial dyal-mode

Operating Frequency: 5MHz

Dimension: 10mm

2.png

EDC5P7.2FS10

Wave Type: Longitudinal

Type of Sensor: Radial dyal-mode

Operating Frequency: 5MHz

Dimension: 7.5mm

3.png

EDC5P7.2FS10

4.png

EMT14014T

5.png

EMT40001

6.png

EMT40004T

Wave Type: Longitudinal

Type of Sensor: Radial dyal-mode

Operating Frequency: 5MHz

Dimension: 5.0mm

Wave Type: Lateral wave with radial polarization

Operating Frequency: 1...10MHz

Aperture Diameter: 40mm

Dimension: 40mm x 40mm x 320mm

Wave Type: Lateral wave with radial polarization

Operating Frequency: 1...10MHz

Aperture Diameter: 12mm

Dimension: 43mm x 34mm x 34mm

Wave Type: Lateral wave with radial polarization

Operating Frequency: 1...10MHz

Aperture Diameter: 15mm

Dimension: 43mm x 40mm x 150mm

PE4332 Pulse eddy current flaw detector

S4_PE4332_web_025.jpg

Pulsed eddy current flaw detector PE4332 is designed to search for metal corrosion under insulation without its dismantling. The device provides the diagnostics of such objects as: insulated pipes, vertical and horizontal insulated tanks, oil platform supports and LNG tank supports, ship hulls, objects with thick paint or epoxy coating. The device provides the diagnostics of such objects without preliminary surface preparation, without the need to remove and restore the insulation coating. Insulation can be made from any non-conductive coating such as: mineral wool, polyurethane, plastic, paint, air.
Galvanized steel or aluminum can be used as material for the insulation enclosure.

The PE4332 measures the averaged metal thickness under the sensor. It is suitable for searching for general area corrosion and pitting corrosion located both on the external and internal surface of metal. The device implements an algorithm that corrects the measured data after a change in the insulation thickness, i.e. a change in the insulation thickness associated e.g. with the insulation sagging; makes a minor effect on the device’s readings.

S1_PE4332_web_018-1-ENG.jpg.png
S3_PE4332_web_023-1.jpg
PE4332_019__1_-removebg-preview-1.png

PE1437 Pulse eddy current flaw detector

7.png
EM1437_008-e1666941369691.png
EM1437_007-e1666941349344.png
8.png

PE1437 Pulsed Eddy Current Flaw Detector can detect corrosion areas in steel objects without any preparation of surface.
There is no need to remove scale, dirt, paint etc. The total thickness of scale deposits or paint can be up to 30 mm.

The PE1437 Pulsed Eddy Current Flaw Detector measures the averaged metal thickness under the sensor. It is suitable for searching for general area corrosion located both on the external and internal surface of metal. The device implements an algorithm that corrects the measured data after a change in the insulation thickness, i.e. a change in the insulation thickness associated e.g. with the insulation sagging; makes a minor effect on the device’s readings.

Application of PE1437:

• Corrosion detection in steel ship parts through a thick layer of paint
• Inspection of pipes with internal cement coating from the inside of the pipe
• Corrosion detection in metal supports of street lights
• Corrosion areas detection in pipes through rust without stripping
• Corrosion detection in pipes and pipelines in PPU insulation
• Corrosion detection in 3-Layer Polypropylene Coated pipes and pipelines

Download Brochure

EM2210.png
7.png
8.png
rt.png
rx.png