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GEKKO Gekko

 

STANDARD and ADVANCED PHASED-ARRAY for EASIER INSPECTION

Features:

cutting-edge.

 

GEKKO is the first phased-array system able to drive matrix arrays and real-time custom Total Focusing Methods (TFM). GEKKO also handles most UT inspection techniques, and benefits from the latest CIVA features natively implemented.

  • matrix arrays
  • CIVA-fueled software
  • real-time Total Focusing Method (TFM)
  • 3D imaging
  • flexible arrays

 


user-friendly.

GEKKO software has been developed for all-level operators. The step-by-step interface simplifies the menus and reduces the risk for errors.

  • all-level operators
  • application & calibration wizards
  • automatic probe detection
  • reporting tools

 

 


 rugged.

Gekko 

Touch-screen, IP54 and battery operated, GEKKO is designed for field use.

  • touch screen
  • dust & water resistant
  • portable
  • battery operated
  • hot swap

 

 

 


 adaptable.

 Gekko phased array ultrasound portable equipment

GEKKO offers the most advanced UT tools to customize your application. Use it as expert or operator, or through a third-party software.

  • custom UT made simple
  • expert & operator modes
  • 64-channel parallel
  • Pulse-echo
  • Pitch-catch
  • TOFD
  • DDF

 


Applications:

 improve detection.

> HIGH TEMPERATURE HYDROGEN ATTACK (HTHA) DETECTION

 Carbon-steel specimen inspection with TFM technique

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 > EXTENDED VIZUALISATION AREA

Inconel weld-inspection with TFM technique. Defects are detected close to the top and bottom surfaces.

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 cylindrical reconstruction.

> DEFECT SIZING

Small diameter pipe inspection using sizing with corner effect mode (TTT). Both TFM technique and sectorial scan are illustrated. For outside diameter defects, both modes account for the rebound off the inner curved-surface to display a scaled image.

S-scan for a 1mm defect

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TFM reconstruction for a 1mm defect


corrosion.

> MAPPING IMPROVEMENT WITH TFM

 Reduced dead zone: corrosion detection till 1mm under the surface. Full description of the corroded profile for more accurate measurements. 


 

inspection of thick component.

> SUBSTANTIAL IMPROVEMENT WITH 64-ELEMENT APERTURE

100-mm thick stainless steel weld inspection with a 64-element aperture shows better spatial resolution compared to 16 and 32-element apertures.

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Probe: 3,5 MHz, 64 elements
Pitch: 0,6mm 
Wedge: L 
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defect characterization.

> CHARACTERIZATION OF MISORIENTED DEFECT

Tilted defect reconstruction with TFM using mode conversion. 
Probe: 5 MHz, 64 elements
Wedge: S 

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> BLADE INSPECTION WITH HALF-SKIP TFM

TFM and superimposition of a CAD file to ease the inspection diagnostic.
Probe: 5 MHz, 64 elements
Pitch 0.6mm
Wedge: 55° shear wavesd

> SKEWED DEFECT DETECTION

Use of matrix probe with sectorial scanning along various planes perfect for the detection of skewed defects. 

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> SCREW THREAD INSPECTION

27-mm long screw thread inspection with TFM technique, optimal resolution is obtained along the thread.
Probe: PA, 5 MHz, 64 elements
Pitch 1.8mm r

2MM ELLIPTICAL CRACK

Characterization of the defect possible, even without a diffraction signal. The full shape of the defect is reconstructed with TFM technique.
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Arreglo de Fases

El Arreglo de Fases es básicamente un arreglo de palpadores múltiples de ultrasonido, los cuales son controlados por computadora para obtener en tiempo real una imagen digitalizada y ser esta analizada de forma exacta e inmediata. “Por lo cual las limitaciones de los métodos no destructivos por Ultrasonido y Radiografía se han visto rebasados debido a lo que este método aporta”

Información de Contacto.

Dirección:
PRIMER RETORNO UNIVERSITARIO NO. 1 INT. 73 B.            (TERRA BUSINESS PARK)
LA PRADERA, C.P. 76269
EL MARQUÉS, QUERÉTARO.

 

Teléfono: (52 55) 5359 1100
Tel./ Fax:
 (52 55) 5359 1101

 

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