Krautkrämer Ultrasonic Transducers & Probes
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Waygate's Krautkramer line of ultrasonic probes and transducers are used for a wide variety of ultrasonic testing tasks such as flaw detection, thickness gauging, weld and bond testing and more. Our transducer types include contact, phased array, immersion and special application transducers for use in industries like aerospace, power generation, oil and gas, transportation, and more.
Improve asset reliability, reduce downtime, and cut maintenance costs with more precise, more efficient inspections. Our easy-to-use portable ultrasonic transducers are built to last, no matter the application or environment.
We’re making portable ultrasonic inspections simpler than ever without compromising accuracy, so you can get your assets back online faster. Our rugged and easy-to-use instruments are built for your needs, today and tomorrow. See how.
We used to be GE Inspection Technologies, now we’re Waygate Technologies, a global leader in NDT solutions with more than 125 years of experience in ensuring quality, safety and productivity.
After all, when you’re out in the field and need the most efficient and reliable data from your probes, you can’t leave anything up to chance. This comparative analysis will showcase three of our ultrasonic probes and measure their performance capabilities against our leading competitor’s counterparts. Download our analysis to ensure you never have to second-guess your first choice.
Five things to keep in mind when buying ultrasonic probes & transducers
To keep your assets reliable, you don’t just need an ultrasonic transducer. You need the ultrasonic probe or transducer that’s fit for your industry and machinery. We know there are many options to choose from and the process of finding the right fit can be overwhelming. Click the images below for a guide on the key essentials to look for when buying a probe to ensure precision, usability and longevity.
Shop probes and transducers for any ultrasonic inspection
Ultrasonic Contact Transducers
Our contact transducers are built to last, easy to use and most of all, accurate. This means you get better results, every time. We offer many different types of contact probes including multiple straight beam single element, straight beam dual element and angle beam options.
Immersion probes are the ideal choice for scanning parts with irregular geometries. Because they’re the best method for consistent coupling and achieving reliable, reproducible results, they’re most often used in mechanized or automated testing using water. Large parts can be tested using probe holders, bubblers, or water jets and can be focused to improve results.
Phased Array Probes
We manufacture a wide variety of reliable phased array probes and transducers for many applications. Eliminate the need for multiple inspections with fixed angle and focus options available, and reduce setup and scan times with our immersion or delay line probes built for scanning larger areas.
Use our probes with Mentor UT for the best performance, or with other instruments. When used with Mentor UT, transducers with the Dialog feature recognize the physical connection and automatically download transducer information to the device.
Our ultrasonic wall thickness probes are as precise as they are easy to use for many applications. From dialog probes and intelligent dialog probes to special probes for stable measurements on hot components (up to 600°C), they’re designed for a variety of wall thickness measurements on different materials found on the production line and in the field, including components subject to wear and precision parts of all kinds.
Special Application Probes
For less-common ultrasonic inspections, we offer a wide range of special application transducers – from roller wheel transducers to high temperature probes to custom devices designed especially for you. Our team of highly skilled engineers, technicians and specialists are here to help you find—or design—the right equipment for the most precise ultrasonic inspections across many industry segments.