Cygnus Underwater Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge - The Original Multiple-Echo UT Gauge

Cygnus Underwater Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge - The Original Multiple-Echo UT Gauge

The original diver-held subsea multiple-echo ultrasonic thickness gauge designed for use by divers undertaking subsea maintenance and surveys. The unit is depth rated to 300 meters and it provides an accurate metal thickness measurement through coatings.

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Cygnus Instruments Ltd is a leading UK manufacturer of ultrasonic thickness gauges used for detecting metal thickness, through coatings, to determine the levels of corrosion. Cygnus will be displaying...Cygnus Instruments Ltd is a leading UK manufacturer of ultrasonic thickness gauges used for detecting metal thickness, through coatings, to determine the levels of corrosion. Cygnus will be displaying their underwater, ROV Mountable and surface thickness gauges to meet a number of applications. More

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