20 Şubat 2011 Pazar

specializing ln portable equipment

Click To See Larger Photo The UMX-2 Underwater gauge is the latest addition to the Dakota product range. Fully equipped with our DSP platform using FPGA technology, it's extremely versatile for all those offshore inspections. Our enclosure is extremely durable, with a maximum depth rating of 1000ft (300m), and offers the use of both Dual & Single Membrane transducers to accomodate your application requirements. The features include: auto probe zero, auto probe recognition, and multiple measurement mode options.

Our Dual Element modes (corrosion inspections) include: Pulse-Echo (pits & flaws), Echo-Echo (thru-paint) & Pulse-Echo w/coating (combo). Our Single Membrane probe option uses a Triple-Echo (TCG) mode for coated and uncoated general applications. While not suitable for blind surface corossion inspections, this option offers good linearity for general purpose applications.
The calibration section contains 8 common pre-programmed material types and 1 custom user programable option. Connect the UMX-2 to your PC, and program it with our DakView3 utility software.

Our UMX-2 stores up to 5,000 readings in a variety of configurations. The file structure options include: sequential with auto identifier and alpha numeric grid formats. Every measurement stored also saves a copy of the UMX-2 current settings, along with an A-Scan waveform graphic.
Take a good look at the feature set...and, of course, our price tag!

Welcome to the Dakota Ultrasonics website!

We are a manufacturer of industrial ultrasonic testing equipment most commonly used in the petrochemical, aerospace, automotive, and other generally related industries. The pages that follow will provide you with general information regarding our products. If you have any questions, need technical support, or have a request for custom items, please contact us at your leisure using the information provided on this site.

Our products are commonly used to determine the thickness of a variety of materials by making contact with only one side of the material being tested. They have the ability to detect very fine pits, flaws, and porosity in materials without having to destroy the material or parts being tested. This is done by converting the transit time of a sound wave, sent into and reflecting back from a defect or opposite surface in the test material, into a length measurement. This technique uses principles similar to that of sonar.

We also manufacture a line of ultrasonic bolting equipment that very accurately measures the stress, elongation, and load in threaded fasteners. These products are typically used in critical bolting applications where extreme accuracy is needed. If you have any specific or specialized bolting applications in mind, be sure to contact us to discuss your requirements in detail.

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