Ultrasonic Thickness Gauges
thickness measurements are accurate, reliable and repeatable. Instant
digital readings can be achieved by transmitting sound into a material
from one side only, making it unnecessary to destroy parts. Corrosion
thickness gages measure the remaining wall thickness of parts that are
subject to corrosion or erosion. They generally employ dual element
transducers that have separate pulser and receiver transducer elements
to provide better sensitivity on rough or corroded parts such as
pipelines, storage tanks, pressure vessels, hulls and steam lines. In
general, ultrasonic thickness gages can be used to measure metals,
plastics, glass, rubber, composites and most other engineering
The 27MG is a basic ultrasonic thickness gage designed to make accurate
measurements from one side on internally corroded or eroded metal pipes
and parts. It is lightweight, durable, and ergonomically designed for
easy, one-hand operation.
The 45MG is an advanced ultrasonic thickness gage packed with standard
measurement features and software options. This unique instrument is
compatible with the complete range of Olympus dual element and single
element thickness gage transducers.
The versatile 38DL PLUS can be used with dual element transducers for
the measurement of corroded pipes to the very precise thickness
measurements of thin or multilayer materials with a single element
The Magna-Mike is a Hall Effect thickness gage that uses a magnetic
probe to perform accurate measurements on nonferrous and thin materials
such as plastic bottles.
The 35RDC is a simple Go/No-Go ultrasonic gage designed to detect
subsurface defects caused by impact damage on aircraft composite
Olympus offers a variety of single and dual element transducers and
accessories for precision and corrosion thickness gaging.