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Sonoglide UP, GR 40 - 1 Gallon Cubitainer

Sonoglide UP, GR 40 - 1 Gallon Cubitainer

Item# 87-901
Regular price:
$109.00
Sale price:
$78.00
Availability: DISCONTINUED
Ship weight: 11 lbs
This item is currently out of stock!

This item has been discontinued and is limited to stock on hand. Alternative p/n 25-901 Ultragel II is the recommended replacement.

Ultra-Pure Performance Ultrasonic Couplant

SonoglideŽ UP is an ultra-pure, very high-performance couplant and is compatible with titanium, aluminum, copper, stainless steel, plastics, many magnesium alloys and most composites. It is the perfect choice for applications where halogens and sulfur must be at a minimum, and broad material compatibility and water-wash removability are desired.

Sonoglide UP couplants are very slow drying for longer inspection time, provide good transducer lubrication and are self-leveling for fast coverage over wide areas. A broad operating temperature range (-60 to 250°F / -51 to 121°C) makes Sonoglide UP a good choice for low and elevated-temperature inspections.

Sonoglide UP comes in two different viscosities, Sonoglide UP 7 which is slightly thicker than water and Sonoglide UP 40 which is a medium-thick gel.

Benefits

  • Very slow drying for extended inspection time
  • Broad temperature range
  • Water-washable for easy removal
  • Provides good transducer lubrication
  • Excellent acoustic properties
  • Will not harden on transducers or instruments
  • Low potential for skin irritation; will not dye clothing
  • Nuclear grade
  • Aerospace approvals

Specifications

  • API
  • ASME
  • AWS

Applications

Defect location: subsurface

Ideal for:

  • Flaw detection
  • Flaw sizing
  • Thickness gauging
  • Turbine blades
  • Large surface areas
  • Airframes
  • Landing gear
  • Weld inspections
  • Jet engines
  • Low temperatures
  • Aluminum
  • Stainless steel
  • Titanium
  • Composites
  • Plastics
  • Fiberglass
  • Graphite
  • Copper
  • Acrylics

Use Recommendations

NDT Method: Ultrasonic Testing

Required Equipment: UT equipment, transducer

Temperature Range: -60 to 250°F / -51 to 121°C

Compatibility: Most composites and metals


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