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New Portable Phased Array - Phasor XS New Models Released

Krautkramer Ultrasonic Systems releases Phasor in 4 versions

Sep,2008 --

Transitioning from conventional to Phased Array based flaw detection is now even easier. 

The Phasor XS now comes in 4 versions.

Phasor CV - A conventional channel function ultrasonic flaw detector that is Phased Array ready, it provides the conventional channel functionality you depend on that can be easily enhances to Phased Array with a simple software upgrade.

Phasor CV/DM - Combines a phased array imaging device and a conventional flaw detector into one instrument, with a phased array probe which allows significantly increased confidence in corrosion inspection data.

Phasor XS - Combining the power of Phased Array with the comfort of conventional flaw detection at an accessible price.

Phasor XS ver 2 - Enhanced functions and improved imaging, Phasor XS version 2 contains the latest upgrades and enhancements to meet ever- changing application demands.

When used in Phased Array mode, the operator simply programs the transducer for multiple angles and focal depths without changing probes or wedges. Sector scan with precise beam control results in improved probability of detection (POD) and sizing. With one scan from one contact location, greater area is covered and comprehensive data can be viewed in real time on a full colour sector display. Compared to conventional ultrasonic inspection, the productivity and cost savings of the Phasor XS make it an easy decision for the NDT professional.

 

 

        

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For More Information Contact:

Krautkramer Aust.Pty.Ltd.
8/2 Apollo Street Warriewood NSW
Tel: (02)9979 8777
FAX: (02)9979 5050
Email: info@krautkramer.com.au



                                            

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