Laboratory Ultrasonic Inspection Systems
In the test laboratory it’s necessary to detect and precisely locate smallest defects, e.g. in correlation with the destructive inspection to optimize the manufacturing process. With PROline, VOGT Ultrasonics, Germany provides ultrasonic flaw detectors and systems, especially designed for laboratory usage. These include mobile ultrasonic laboratory flaw detectors, mobile as well as stationary ultrasonic laboratory ultrasonic inspection systems.
Due to the compact system design and the modular PROline system, we provide the ideal inspection device/ system for every ultrasonic application and space condition. Thus the laboratory test devices /systems can be adapted to increasing requirements and growing range of applications.
PROline laboratory flaw detectors and systems are developed and manufactured in Germany according to highest quality standards. They guarantee an excellent inspection quality due to the use of the latest ultrasonic technique and a process-safe operation. The user can flexibly program up to eight channels per ultrasonic flaw detectors (cascadable) and up to four independently gates. Multiple ultrasonic flaw detectors can be operated together via ultrasonic instrument software on a personal computer, so that 8, 16, 24 and more channels can be configured and operated together.
The PROlinePLUS inspection and evaluation software is characterized by a high usability. Its specialty is the complexity reduction focusing a clear inspection result display. The clear structure enables the customer himself to create inspection plans for the production optimization with little training effort.
By depositing different test plans, different component types can be tested flexibly one after the other. The screen of the laboratory test device / system shows the A-scan as well as line and multi-line scans (B-, C- and D-scans), true to location and in colour gradations. An automatic evaluation, test report generation and result archiving saves time and creates test reliability.
- Weld seams on cracks and volume defects
- Soldering and coating joints on adhesion quality
- Wall thicknesses
- Shafts, pipes, sheets, rods, tubes and plates
- Plastic (e.g. CFRP components)