Cygnus Instruments Ltd.

United Kingdom

Cygnus Instruments Ltd will be demonstrating their new range of multi-mode ultrasonic thickness gauges which incorporates three versatile measuring modes in just one unit and have been tested to the toughest Military Standard MIL-SPEC-810G.

Still using the Multiple-Echo technique for accurate and reliable measurements through coatings, these gauges also use Echo-Echo and Single-Echo measuring modes to assist in obtaining measurements in areas of extreme corrosion and/or back-wall pitting.  They also offer an array of new features including: large colour A-scan and real-time B-scan displays; sequential and comprehensive data logging; automatic and manual gain control; Bluetooth data transfer capability; vibrate alert to warn the operator when the measurement is out of tolerance; Cygnus trademarked MSI™ technique for indicating stable and reliable readings when used in Echo-Echo and Single-Echo modes; plus much more.

The new instrument enclosure has allowed Cygnus to achieve the tough American Military Standard MIL SPEC 810G for environmental protection.  These new gauges will survive the harshest operating conditions including drop, vibration, dust and water ingress (IP67) together with low and high temperature cycling.

While the new range from Cygnus offers many new features, the simple to use menu structure means that these new gauges are quick to learn and simple to use.

Visit Cygnus Instruments at stand FE-84 for a demonstration and to discuss the new applications these developments open up for Cygnus ultrasonic thickness gauges.

Contact:
Graham Haines
Phone:
+44 1305 265533
Mail:
Website:
Find us at FE 84

Product and Service Categories

  • Ultrasonic Testing (UT)
    • Instruments
    • Probes
    • Thickness Meters
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Contact

Steffi Dehlau
German Society for Non-Destructive Testing (DGZfP)
Max-Planck-Str. 6
12489 Berlin Germany
Tel: +49 30 67807-120
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