Ultrasonic Sludge Level Meters provide sludge level measurement and control. These sludge level meters have a hinged swing bracket that secures surface skimmer passages and an automatic sensor-cleaning unit that cleans the scum on the face of sensor. Ultrasonic sludge level meters features a graphic LCD display that shows the echo profile as graphic image and the percentage of current value of span with bar graph.
Ultrasonic tank test system is a most reliable method to control the tightness of underground fuel tanks. A pump creates a gradual vacuum in the tank. As soon as the vacuum created becomes higher than the hydrostatic pressure due to the height of liquid, leaks start to generate ultrasonic sounds or signals. Two ultrasonic sensors placed inside the tank, one above and the other in the liquid, reveal even the smallest leaks and therefore control the tightness of fuel tanks of P1, P2, P3, P4 as prescribed by the environmental regulations.
Ultrasonic Thickness Testing permits quick and reliable measurement of thickness without requiring access to both sides of an object, tank or piping system. Ultrasonic Testing is conducted either manually or remote magnetic crawler. Ultrasonic thickness testing is one method of verifying whether there is adequate strength in the chords of the boom. These testing modules are used for accurate inspections of the wall of pipelines. Ultrasonic thickness testing utilizes test machines with high sound frequencies to identify material thickness or discontinuities within a material thickness.
Ultrasonic Transducer is a device that converts electrical energy to mechanical energy or vice versa. The active component in most ultrasound transducers is a piezoelectric element. The piezoelectric crystals are contained within a protective metal casing, which is usually tapered at the end. A high intensity electrical wave is applied to the transducer, which causes the piezoelectric crystals inside to rapidly oscillate and generate an ultrasonic wave. The ultrasonic wave is directed towards the tip of the transducer where it radiates into surrounding liquids and generates intense pressure and shears gradients that causes the liquids to be broken up into smaller fragments and intermingles with one another.