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Cygnus Thickness Gauge | DT640

$9,999 USD

Cygnus's industry-leading ultrasonic thickness gauge can be integrated onto your magnetic crawler, allowing you to evaluate the thickness of steel on tanks, hulls or other metal surfaces without needing dive intervention or draining the asset.

Cygnus Thickness Gauge | DT640

$9,999 USD

Cygnus's industry-leading ultrasonic thickness gauge can be integrated onto your magnetic crawler, allowing you to evaluate the thickness of steel on tanks, hulls or other metal surfaces without needing dive intervention or draining the asset.

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    0.1 mm accuracy

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    Readings in seconds

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    Modular add-on

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    Reads through 12mm of marine growth

Non-destructive testing tool, the ultrasonic thickness gauge probe

This ultrasonic thickness (UT) probe presses on the surface, taking an accurate measurement even through marine growth or coatings. The data is then displayed and recorded via Cygnus software on a laptop.

The probe is able to take readings through up to 1/2" or 12mm of soft marine growth or coatings to take a reading of the steel. This is a great tool for corrosion surveys for UWILDs on FPSOs or Vessels, as well as for steel tanks and pipes and other surfaces.

Cygnus thickness gauge specifications

Size6.299″ x 2.441″ (160 mm x 62 mm)
Power7.0 – 30 V dc @ 150 mA (max)
Weight19.4 oz (550 g)
DisplayPC or Laptop with VGA (not included)
TestingTested to 1,500 ft (500 m) depth
Accuracy0.005″ (0.1 mm) when calibrated in accordance with Cygnus Instruments calibration procedures
ApprovalsRINA Type Approved
MaterialsSound velocities between 1000 m/s and 9995 m/s
StandardsDesigned for EN 15317
Resolution0.002″ (0.05 mm)
EnvironmentalRoHS, WEEE compliant
CommunicationsRS-422, Simplex Single Pair, 2400 Baud
Operating Temp14°F to 122°F (-10°C to +50°C)
Measurement Range in Steel0.110″ – 9.995″ (3 mm – 250 mm) with 2.25 MHz probe | 0.065″ – 6.000″ (2 mm – 150 mm) with 3.5 MHz probe | 0.045″ – 4.000″ (1 mm – 50 mm) with 5.0 MHz probe