Isonic 2010

Isonic 2010
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Isonic 2010 Isonic 2010

Phased Array Modality

  • 32:32 phased array electronics organized as 1 X 32:32 or 2 X 16:16 - independently adjustable emitting and receiving aperture, parallel firing, A/D conversion, and on-the-fly real time digital phasing
  • Phased array pulser receiver with image guided ray tracing
  • True-to-Geometry and regular B-Scan and Sector Scan (S-Scan) accompanied with all-codes-compliant A-Scan based evaluation
  • Built-in automatic coupling monitor and lamination checker for wedged probes
  • Multi-group / dual side scanning and imaging with use of one probe
  • Encoded / time-based line scanning with Top (C-Scan), Side, End Mapping and 3D Viewing
  • Independent gain per focal law adjustment: pure angle gain compensation for S-Scan, etc
  • DAC, TCG
  • Processing of diffracted and mode converted signals – defects sizing and pattern recognition


Conventional UT and TOFD Modalities

  • 1 or 2 channels
  • Single / dual modes of pulsing/receiving
  • Regular A-Scan
  • Thickness B-Scan
  • True-to-Geometry flaw detection B-Scan – straight / angle beam probes
  • CB-Scan
  • TOFD
  • Strip Chart and Stripped C-Scan
  • DAC, DGS, TCG
  • FFT signal analysis
  • 100% raw data capturing
  • Powerful off-line data analysis toolkit
  • Intuitive User Interface
  • Light rugged case
  • Sealed front panel keypad and mouse
  • 6.5” bright touch screen
  • Ethernet and 2 X USB Ports
  • Remote control – UT over IP
  • Built-in encoder port



ISONIC 2010 uniquely combines phased array, conventional UT, and TOFD modalities providing 100% raw data recording and imaging. Along with superior portability, lightweight, and battery operation this makes it suitable for all kinds of every-day ultrasonic inspections

Phased array modality is performed by powerful 32:32 phased array electronics organized as
1 X 32:32 or 2 X 16:16 with independently adjustable emitting and receiving aperture, each may consist of 1 X 1…32 or 2 X 1…16 elements. Groups of phased array probe elements composing emitting and receiving aperture may be fully or partially matching or totally separated allowing flexible managing of incidence angles, focal distances, types of radiated and received waves including directly reflected and diffracted mode converted signals

Each channel is equipped with it's own A/D converter. Parallel firing, A/D conversion, and "on-the-fly" digital phasing are provided for every possible composition and size of the emitting and receiving aperture. Thus implementation of each focal law is completed within single pulsing / receiving cycle providing maximal possible inspection speed

Depending on configuration ISONIC 2010 additionally carries 1 or 2 independent channels for conventional UT and TOFD inspection and recording capable for both single and dual modes of pulsing/receiving High ultrasonic performance is achieved through firing phased array, TOFD, and conventional probes with bipolar square wave initial pulse with wide-range-tunable duration and amplitude

Maximal amplitude of bipolar square wave initial pulse is 300 V pp for phased array and 400 V pp for conventional channels. High stability of the amplitude and shape of the initial pulse, boosting of all it's leading and falling edges, and electronic damping are provided by the special circuit significantly improving signal to noise ratio and resolution. Thus analogue gain for each modality is controllable over 0…100 dB range

640X480 pixels 6.5" bright touch screen provides optimal resolution / power consumption rate for the outdoor operation


ISONIC 2010 is fully compliant with the following codes

  • ASME Code Case 2541 – Use of Manual Phased Array Ultrasonic Examination Section V
  • ASME Code Case 2557 – Use of Manual Phased Array S-Scan Ultrasonic Examination Section V per Article 4 Section V
  • ASME Code Case 2558 – Use of Manual Phased Array E-Scan Ultrasonic Examination Section V per Article 4 Section V
  • ASTM 1961– 06 – Standard Practice for Mechanized Ultrasonic Testing of Girth Welds Using Zonal Discrimination with Focused Search Units
  • ASME Section I – Rules for Construction of Power Boilers
  • ASME Section VIII, Division 1 – Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels
  • ASME Section VIII, Division 2 – Rules for Construction of Pressure Vessels. Alternative Rules
  • ASME Section VIII Article KE-3 – Examination of Welds and Acceptance Criteria
  • ASME Code Case 2235 Rev 9 – Use of Ultrasonic Examination in Lieu of Radiography
  • Non-Destructive Examination of Welded Joints – Ultrasonic Examination of Welded Joints. – British and European Standard BS EN 1714:1998
  • Non-Destructive Examination of Welds – Ultrasonic Examination – Characterization of Indications in Welds. – British and European Standard BS EN 1713:1998
  • Calibration and Setting-Up of the Ultrasonic Time of Flight Diffraction (TOFD) Technique for the Detection, Location and Sizing of Flaws. – British Standard BS 7706:1993
  • WI 00121377, Welding – Use Of Time-Of-Flight Diffraction Technique (TOFD) For Testing Of Welds. – European Committee for Standardization – Document # CEN/TC 121/SC 5/WG 2 N 146, issued Feb, 12, 2003
  • ASTM E 2373 – 04 – Standard Practice for Use of the Ultrasonic Time of Flight Diffraction (TOFD) Technique
  • Non-Destructive Testing – Ultrasonic Examination – Part 5: Characterization and Sizing of Discontinuities. – British and European Standard BS EN 583-5:2001
  • Non-Destructive Testing – Ultrasonic Examination – Part 2: Sensitivity and Range Setting. – British and European Standard BS EN 583-2:2001
  • Manufacture and Testing of Pressure Vessels. Non-Destructive Testing of Welded Joints. Minimum Requirement for Non-Destructive Testing Methods – Appendix 1 to AD-Merkblatt HP5/3 (Germany).– Edition July 1989
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