Ultrasonic thickness gauge ADL-UT20


The ADL-UT20 ultrasonic thickness gauge can work with any separately operating combined transducers, as well as with high-temperature transducers operating at frequencies from 2.5 MHz to 10 MHz; their use ensures highly reliable results in laboratory, workshop and field conditions.



ADL-UT20 in Uzbekistan, Tashkent

This device is implemented on a modern electronic base, equipped with a bright color screen and built-in memory for storing settings and results characteristics.

This model has a simple and intuitive interface.

The lightweight impact-resistant case of this thickness gauge provides dust and moisture protection in various operating conditions, and resistance to drops from a height of up to 2 meters.

The ADL-UT20 ultrasonic thickness gauge is often used to quickly measure the thickness of metal and non-metal products, such as sheets, tanks, pipes, pipelines, bridges, housings, transport and other structures, during their operation to determine the corrosion state or after their manufacture.

Widely used in energy, metallurgical, engineering, shipbuilding, transport and other industrial enterprises.

Features of the ultrasonic thickness gauge ADL-UT20:

  • high sensitivity;
  • ease of use;
  • intuitively simple interface;
  • possibility of manual and automatic sensitivity adjustment;
  • measurement range from 0.8 to 300 mm;
  • connection of high-temperature converters up to 350 °C;
  • possibility of connecting any number of converters;
  • convenient calibration by thickness or speed and saving calibrations in a millimeter of the device;
  • the ability to record measurement results and transfer data to a computer;
    bright color screen;
  • large memory with more than 5000 measurements;
  • built-in lithium-ion battery provides up to 8-9 hours of operation.

The functionality of the thickness gauge provides messages about the battery charge level, as well as additional notification about the maximum permissible battery discharge.

When the device is turned off, the device remembers the transducer settings (correction of the zero setting, gain, setting of ultrasonic speed in the material and levels). This device also has the function of setting up converters by ensuring the metrological characteristics established for them and storing these settings in the device’s memory.

One of the advantages of the device is that it works with specialized high-temperature sensors, which allow one-sided monitoring of products with surface temperatures up to 350°C.

Objects of control can be metal pipes or tanks without taking them out of service, various steam pipelines, metal rods and castings before they are cooled.

The “Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge ADL-UT20” is a device used to measure the thickness of materials using ultrasonic waves. Here’s some information about it:

  1. Ultrasonic Technology: Ultrasonic thickness gauges work by sending ultrasonic waves into a material and measuring the time it takes for the waves to bounce back. Based on the speed of sound in the material, the device calculates the thickness.
  2. Model Name: “ADL-UT20” likely denotes the model or series of this particular ultrasonic thickness gauge.
  3. Measurement Range: The UT20 would have a specified measurement range, indicating the minimum and maximum thickness of materials it can accurately measure.
  4. Accuracy: The device’s specifications would include its accuracy in measuring thickness, typically expressed as a percentage of the measured value or in millimeters.
  5. Display: The UT20 would feature a display screen where measurement readings and settings are shown.
  6. User Interface: It would have controls and buttons for operation and configuration, allowing users to select measurement modes, adjust settings, and view readings.
  7. Transducer: The UT20 would come with a transducer, which is the part of the device that emits and receives ultrasonic waves. The transducer is placed on the surface of the material being measured.
  8. Battery Power: Like many portable electronic devices, the UT20 likely operates on battery power, allowing it to be used in various locations without the need for a power outlet.
  9. Applications: Ultrasonic thickness gauges are used in various industries such as manufacturing, aerospace, oil and gas, automotive, and maritime for measuring the thickness of materials like metal, plastic, glass, and composites.
  10. Data Logging: Some models may have the capability to store measurement data for later analysis or reporting.
  11. Calibration: Periodic calibration is necessary to ensure the accuracy of the measurements. The UT20 would likely come with instructions for calibration or may need to be calibrated by a certified technician.

Overall, the Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge ADL-UT20 is a portable and versatile tool used for non-destructive thickness measurement in a wide range of industrial applications.

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