The V-Meter MK IV is widely used and accepted for quality control and inspection of concrete. It can measure and correlate concrete strength to standard strength measurement, permitting non-destructive testing of complete structures.
The V-Meter MK IV is widely used and accepted for quality control and inspection of concrete. It can measure and correlate concrete strength to standard strength measurement, permitting non-destructive testing of complete structures. It will identify honeycombs, voids, frozen concrete, cracks and other non-homogenous conditions in concrete. Ultrasonic testing can be applied to new and old structures, slabs, columns, walls, fire damaged areas, hydroelectric structures, pipe, prefab and pre-stressed beams, cylinders and other concrete forms. A wide range of transducers are available.
V-Meter MK IV, ultrasonic testing of wood can, non-destructively, detect knots, shakes, splits, grain orientation, windfall cracks and presence of decay and rot. Basic parameters such as modulus of elasticity and density can be calculated. Practical applications include field testing of utility poles and structures, grading in the manufacturing process, fire ladder inspection, examination of laminates and paper roll density. The velocity of ultrasonic energy pulses traveling in a solid material are related to the density and elastic properties of the material. The pulse velocity is thus a measure of density and elastic properties of the material. In transmitting ultrasonic energy through a coarse grained material such as concrete, ceramics or wood, it is necessary for the wave length of energy to be greater than the diameter of the largest grain particle. If it is not, all of the energy will be reflected back by the particles and none will reach the receiver. Typically, the 54 KHZ transducers are used for wood testing. The signal wave length is about 3 inches (75mm). Finer materials require higher frequencies for optimum resolution.
V-Meter MK IV has been successfully applied to a range of ceramic products--including tile, refractory bricks and blocks, and kiln furniture--as well as graphite. In an increasing number of refractory and ceramic applications, the ultrasonic pulse velocity testing technique has been used with positive results. UPV testing has enabled users to improve their production processes, increase the integrity and quality of their products, and reduce scrap and reject rates-thereby saving both time and money. In today's economy, such bottom-line benefits are difficult to ignore.
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Hylec Control was first established in 1979 and initially started operation as a developer and manufacturer of analogue control systems. These were specially customised hydraulic applications, using servo valve technology. Hylec inarguably aclaims to be one of a few companies that have the knowledge and experience to service and repair most servo brands past and present.
Today, Hylec while still maintaining their core business in supply and service of quality servo valves also provides the latest equipment for the Test, Measurement, Construction, Building, Automotive & Aviation industries.
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