In addition to Acoustic microscopy machines with advanced features, INSIDIX offers a range of high performance ultrasonic components.
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Build your own and custom ultrasonic testing system for material health: cracks and porosities in metals, thin film, composites, bone fragments, welding, soldering, brazing quality; and for measuring thickness: corneal thickness, bonding. Ultrasonic imaging is also used to characterize bonding quality (either metal, plastics, resin, glass).
Many universities researching geological formations, striving to better understand material properties and simulating earthquakes, also use JSR Ultrasonics custom pulser/receivers.
Field: Medical, health care, microelectronics, oil and gas, pipeline, pipes, geology, petrochemical industry, material research, composite, aeronautic, space
JSR Ultrasonics pulser/receivers are at the heart of advanced non destructive testing systems used throughout the world.
When your application requires the transducer to be located at a distance from the receiver, or uses a transducer with a center frequency greater than 50 MHz, there are a number of significant performance advantages gained by minimizing the cable length between the pulser and the transducer. In these applications, remote pulsers and remote pulser/preamps exhibit outstanding performance, and provide substantial improvement in system flexibility. JSR Ultrasonics provides remote pulsers for all of our high frequency instrumentation.
Choosing the right ultrasonic transducer is crucial for successful testing.
A large range of ultrasonic transducers are available, in different modes: fingertip contact, delay contact or immersion, combined to a large panel of frequencies, from 1 MHz to 300 MHz.