OLYMPUS PANAMETRICS 37DL PLUS SYSTEM

OLYMPUS PANAMETRICS 37DL PLUS SYSTEM

The new 37DL PLUS is an advanced nondestructive ultrasonic thickness gauge that combines powerful measurement features with sophisticated data acquisition and output capabilities for applications involving pipes, tanks, and other metal structures subject to internal corrosion or erosion. The 37DL PLUS includes many innovative features that simplify true metal thickness measurements even when the exposed surface is coated or painted. A new Thru-Coat technology measures and displays the thickness of the metal part and its coating using a ‘single backwall echo’. 

Accuracy of high temperature thickness measurements can be improved by using the new Temperature Compensation feature that adjusts the material velocity for changes in material temperature. A new Average/Min mode saves the average or minimum of several successive thickness measurements. The new 3 DL PLUS electronics bring improvements to many standard measurement features.

The new A-Scan display is brighter with better contrast and visibility. Every thickness reading in a stored B-Scan can now be reviewed on the 37DL PLUS and in the Interface Program. The user can select to view (Min/Max, Alarm, or AScan ags) ags with Grid points. The le-based alphanumeric datalogger can use longer le names (32 character max) and ID numbers (20 character max). Grid les can be expanded by adding rows or columns or by changing the incrementing direction.

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    12th ECNDT Gothenburg, Sweden

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