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HotSense™ high-temperature ultrasonic thickness gauging transducers

Inspection Probe HS582i


Reduce inspection time with no duty cycling and robust calibration

Dual element ultrasonic transducer for high-temperature,
in-service thickness, corrosion and erosion surveys for use
refining, oil & gas, energy, nuclear,
aerospace and process sectors.

  • Built on the award winning HotSense™ ultrasonic platform powered by the proprietary Ionix HPZ piezo-ceramic, and offering increased heat resilience

  • Dual element thickness gauging transducer for use through -55 to +550 °C [-67 to +1,022 °F] wide temperature range for in-service assets

  • Reduce inspection time with no duty cycling or cooling up to +350 °C [662 °F] maximising productivity and minimising down-time or outages with in-service inspection

  • Measure remaining wall thickness from 1 to 500 mm with compatible thickness gauges (2 to 50 mm echo-to-echo) on hot components, in-service without shutdown or isolation.

  • Better data from easier and more accurate calibration at temperature.

  • 2X increased wear resistance for the most extreme environments and applications including scanning and corrosion mapping.

  • Range of accessories available, including port inspection wand, safety guards and AUT probe holders for the most extreme temperatures.

  • Compatible with industry standard ultrasonic gauges and flaw detectors.

  • Compliant to ISO 22232-2 and ASTM E/1065 to meet existing asset integrity UT procedures.

  • Maximise productivity with reduced down-time and outages with on-stream

  • Perform real-time, high-temperature inspection to optimimse shutdowns.

  • Reduce premature probe failures with increased temperature resilience and
    increased wear resistance to maximise probe lifetime.

  • Compatible with auto-functions of most gauges eg. Olympus 38DL+

Ionix provides a range of high temperature ultrasonic couplants for use with HS582i and other transducers. To select appropriate couplants, see the selection chart below.

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