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Ultrasonic Pulse Echo Checks Subsurface

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

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A maker of quality control instruments offers an ultrasonic pulse echo device that the company says is useful on objects where access is restricted to just one side.

The Paul N. Gardner Company, Inc., says the Pundit PL-200PE can be used to determine slab thickness and find voids, pipes, delaminations, and honeycombing on the subsurface of a substrate.

Paul N. Gardner Company, Inc.

The PL-200PE allows the user to look below the subsurface of an object where access is restricted to just one side. It can be used to find voids, pipes, delaminations and honecombing.

Advanced echo tracking helps identify the main echo and the device has an automatic estimation of pulse velocity, the company says.

The ultrasonic pulse echo is light, ergonomically correct and comes with several accessories and easy-to-use measurement control buttons with optical feedback, according to the company.

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Tagged categories: Concrete; Concrete defects; Delamination; Honeycombs; North America; Pipes; Quality Control; Substrates; Ultrasonic thickness gauge

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