A portable handheld ultrasonic tomograph is designed for imaging of the internal structure of concrete at one-sided access The tomograph represents fully-autonomous measurement unit for collection and tomographic processing of the data obtained. Measurement unit contains a matrix antenna array from 48 (12 blocks, each containing 4 elements) law-frequency broad banded transducers of shear waves with dry-point-contact and ceramic wear resistant tips. Hence they can work with rough surfaces for the long time. Each transducer is equipped with an independent spring suspension, thus allowing inspection on the uneven surfaces. Nominal frequency of the array is 50 kHz. Instrument’s interface allows working with laser beams which are projected on a surface of the testing object. Hence the operator can correctly maintain a shift step of the antenna array during a complete technical diagnostics of the testing object. Handheld light-weight body and a repositionable handle provide convenient...

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Scanning device built-in matrix antenna array
Operating frequency 25 – 85 kHz
Number of transducers in the antenna array 48
Type of transducers used in the antenna array low-frequency broadband transversal with dry point contact and ceramic wear-proof tips
Velocity range from 1 000 to 4 000 m/s
Maximum view depth in concrete 2500 mm
Thickness measuring range 50 – 600 mm
Maximum error (X – thickness) ±(0,05∙Х+10) mm
Minimal size of a located reflector a sphere 20 mm in diameter at least 200 long at the depth from 50 to 400 mm
Display type 5,7" TFT, colour
Embedded memory flash 7Gb
Power built-in quick-detachable battery
Voltage 11,2 V
Operating time (battery) 5 h
PC connection USB
Operation temperature range from -10 to +50C
Weight 4,5 kg
Size, not more than without handles 370 х 150 х 145 mm
with handles positioned horizontally 470 х 150 х 170 mm
with handles positioned vertically 370 х 210 х 170 mm

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