The QSR1 is GUL’s Quantitative Short Range device, designed for corrosion under pipe supports (CUPS
The system is designed to semi‑automatically scan predefined sections of straight pipelines for corrosion under pipe supports (CUPS).
The QSR1® can provide a quantitative measure of the average wall, as well as the remaining wall thickness down to half of the nominal wall thickness.
This instrument is suitable for motorised guided wave scanning on predefined sections of straight pipelines, with the added compatibility to operate with GUL’s cloud‑based platform.
Nominal Pipe Sizes: 6" to 24" (DN 150 to 600)
Thickness 6mm to 13mm (¼" to ½")
Operating Temperature -20° to +70°C (0 to 160°F)
Clearance Varies according to diameter.
Special frames available for limited clearance.
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Guided Ultrasonics' newest iteration of their Wavemaker series.
The Wavemaker G4 represents GUL’s current full-size platform for collecting guided wave inspection data. It contains 32 transducer channels for interfacing to all of GUL’s transduction systems without needing adaptor cables. It also contains a range of peripherals to ensure quality guided wave data is collected quickly and efficiently; these include automatic transducer detection and diagnostics, an operator identification method, and a built-in GPS.
In addition to the ‘low’ frequencies used for standard pipe inspection, the G4 can be fitted with a ‘medium’ frequency sampling board to collect quality data from small diameter pipes or under supports (applications targeted by the HD series of rings). The instrument contains a dedicated diagnostics connection and the ability to support an advanced reflection amplitude calibration routine. In addition to the USB connection, the G4 features a wired LAN connection and a Wireless (WiFi) connection to a controlling computer. The instrument can also be controlled via its 7” colour touch screen.