Used GE Inspection USM35X Rightrax DL2 Ultrasonic Flaw Detector Krautkramer GEIT
The GE Inspection USM35X Rightrax DL2 Ultrasonic Flaw Detector is a powerful and versatile device designed for accurate and efficient flaw detection in a wide range of applications.
With its advanced technology and user-friendly interface, this flaw detector offers exceptional performance and reliability.
When used in data logging mode, the DL2 is simply
connected to an existing Rightrax M2 sensor, a multielement, flexible, self-adhesive ultrasonic transducer array that is permanently bonded to the plant or pipe whose wall thickness is to be measured/monitored. Once M2 sensors are fitted, there is no need to remove lagging, erect scaffolding
and excavate pipelines or shut down plant during subsequent inspections. The DL2 simply interrogates the sensor as required and the thickness data is collected. Remaining wall thickness is calculated using automatic signal processing of the derived A-scan.
When used in the flaw detector mode, the DL2 offers all the acknowledged features and benefits of the field proven USM35 instrument. It is easy to use and has no multi-level menus, just five keys to select the operating menu, with four further keys to select functions such as material velocity and range. It has two familiar, “spin and set” rotary knobs for rapid setting of gain and function values.
- Products Features (Data Logging Mode)
- Makes direct thickness reading (mm or inches) using the M2 sensor.
- Interrogates up to 10 sensors at one connection via a multiplexer.
- Operation does not require NDT specialists
- Stores data, incorporating A-scans from up to 100 M2 sensors.
- Download data to a PC for further analysis using
- WINHOSTP and CMDA software.
- Products Features (Flaw Detection Mode)
- Users can carry our conventional wall thickness
- measurements using standard ultrasonic transducers.
- Can be used for conventional flaw detection in welds, using standard GE transducers.
The high contrast color display facility enhances clarity when using angle beam probes in weld inspection, as the color of the signal changes with every reflection of the sound beam from the workpiece surface.
Amplitude for each gate, sound path or sound path
difference can be displayed prominently in the corner of the A-scan.
Incorporates new powerful DAC/DGS evaluation with direct digital ERS readout for greater accuracy.
Colour display is used to highlight messages and alarms and the color can be changed to suit personal preference or ambient light conditions.
Selected data can be transferred to a printer or remote PC via a standard VGA output.