Ultrasonic corrosion gages

Ultrasonic corrosion gages

July 27, 2018

Paul N. Gardner Company Inc.

http://www.gardco.com
Materials Quality/Metrology

Fischerscope UMP 20, 40, and 100 ultrasonic corrosion gages are the tool of choice for wall thickness measurement. The easy-to-use UMP gauges quickly and accurately measure, metal, plastic, composites, rubber, glass, fiberglass, and ceramics. Common applications include pipes, storage tanks, and pressure vessels.

With a wide variety of transducers and features available, there is a UMP gage to suit every budget and handle most any requirement (ex: measure through paint). Should your needs change in the future, upgrades are available which are activated in your UMP via keypad entry.

The UMP 150 ultrasonic precision thickness gage allows for accurate, non-destructive measurement of very thin materials. Like the UMP 20-40-100 series, it is easy to use and measures metal, plastic, composites, rubber, glass, fiberglass, and ceramics. Utilizing single-poled transducers and a high-frequency square wave generator (30 MHz), the UMP 150 ensures an excellent resolution of 1┬Ám, and has a wide measuring range of 0.004" to 20".

UMP 20, 40, 100 corrosion gage features

  • Dual-element transducers for reliable results even on rough, corroded surfaces
  • Range from 0.5mm to 500mm
  • Zero-point adjustment for reliable measurements even after frequent use and/or at fluctuating temperatures
  • 2-point calibration function
  • Comes with probe DKS-537 (5MHz); many other probes optionally available, some suitable for use at high temperatures
  • Graphic display
  • Multi-language menu
  • 8 hour to 12 hour battery life, 2 AA batteries
  • Robust, IP54-rated housing

UMP 150 precision gage features

  • Comes equipped with DLK-1025 (10 MHz) Transducer with delay line; other probes optionally available
  • Range from 0.1mm to 500mm
  • Bandwidth of 0.5MHz to 30MHz (-3dB)
  • Settings for up to 30 different applications can be stored and retrieved
  • Different modes for sophisticated applications
  • Zero-point adjustment for reliable measurements even after frequent use and/or at fluctuating temperatures
  • Vibration and colored LEDs indicate when the thickness is higher or lower than the target value entered