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AnyScan 30 - Flaw Detector

Ultrasonic Non-Destructive Testing employs ultrasonic waves transmitted into a test component to search for sub-surface defects. UT can be utilised on many different materials such as steel, plastics, ceramics and composites. The types of defect that can be found include discontinuities, porosity, slag, inclusions and cavities.

The Anyscan-30 Flaw Detector is an easy to use yet powerful and reliable instrument that can determine defects in a variety of materials allowing rapid assessment, diagnosis and reporting. An Anyscan-30 is ideal for use in Flaw Detection and Quality control applications.

Careful thought was applied to keystroke use and menu options. Regularly used functions are allocated specific keys. Multiple on-board reporting tools and a comprehensive data filing system enable you to easily collect and report high quality inspection data.

Anyscan-30 is equipped with lithium batteries with an operation time of more than 8 hours. This makes the Anyscan-30 a perfect choice for on-site testing for either novice or experienced inspectors.


The Anyscan-30 unit includes a full set of shear wave probes, compression probe and cables as standard providing exceptional value in today’s competitive market.

  • 400 MHz real-time hardware sampling, high-fidelity echo pulse
  • Low noise broadband & amplifying circuits with selectable damping.
  • Standard dynamic DAC/TCG and onboard DGS/AVG.
  • Designed to meet the requirements of EN12668-1.
  • Intuitive keys location and menus, creating easy operation.
  • Weld Graph Displaying Function with on screen representation.
  • Continuously Storing and Replaying Function playback capability.
  • Excellent EMI design, good EMC performance.
  • 5.7〞high resolution color LCD display.

System Operation

  • DAC file, Store and Recall

    DAC file, Store and Recall

    A quick and easy operation - When connecting sample points one by one, it will automatically draw four lines such as “Assess Line”, “RATINE Line”, “GENERATRIX Line” and “Void Line”. Easy to convert to different worldwide standards by dynamically adding sample points and adjusting curve offset accordingly.
  • AVG Make, Store and Recall

    AVG Make, Store and Recall

    AVG is flaw sizing technique that allows echo signals to be evaluated with a DGS/AVG representation associated to a particular type of probe and material. The DGS/AVG diagram illustrates the relationships between echo height, flaw size, and distance from the probe. It can automatically adjust the curve equivalent and calculate the flaw equivalent size Φ automatically.
  • Envelope


    Records changing echo profile
  • Weld Graph Display

    Weld Graph Display

    The Weld Graph Display Function allows the inspector to visualise the sound path within the component being inspected. This makes the flaw position obvious within the weld profile. The graphs can be stored in the flaw detection report, which can be replayed and printed.
  • RF Display

    RF Display

    Displays the original waveform, allowing the operator to analyze the echo in detail and help to quantify the flaw.
  • Curve Surface Amending

    For normal flat plate inspections simples trigonometry can be used to determine leg length, reflector depth, and surface distance from the probe index point. By utilising a software function called Curved surface correction accurate measurement of reflector depth and position can be achieved. There are limitations and complex equation behind the software that allows the correction to be displayed, however this catered for automatically on the Anyscan-30.
  • Peak Hold

    When this function is turned on it will show a shadow trace of the signal trace as it passes a reflector. This allows the maximum echo to be shown and to record for the probe location that exhibits the largest signal.
  • Automatic Echo Spectrum Test

    It is used to test the center frequency and its spectral characteristics of the probe echo. The frequencies associated with the peaks in the resulting amplitude spectrum represent the dominant frequencies in the waveform. These frequencies can be used to determine the distance to the reflecting interface.
  • Auto Gain Adjustment

    The adjustable Auto Gain can be used to conveniently set echo amplitude. Normally used as a way to set echo signal to 80% of Full Screen Height (Auto 80).
  • Intelligent Calibration Procedures

    Calibration of instrument and probe is an easy operation due to built-in intelligent calibration procedures. It is used to easily calibrate the material sound velocity, automatically measure the probe delay, calibrate the refraction angle β and calibrate the probe.
  • Quick Channel Setup

    An easy to use set of 30 quick channels are available for probe setup storage and recall. This function records all the parameters associated with calibrating individual probes.
  • Automatic Report Generation

    Reports can be automatically generated based on detection parameters. The detection reports contain detailed parameters, waveform graphs and comprehensive echo data. All of which can be directly printed to a connected printer or stored in the computer.
  • Dynamic Waveform Store and Recall

    This software function can record the dynamic waveform during the inspection allowing playback of the recorded data to determine flaw characteristics. The menu settings are analogous to the video function, which is easy to be operate and understand. The stored documents can saved to the U disk or other storage devices at any time.
  • Waveform Zoom

    The waveform display area can be zoomed in to full screen, which gives greater detail of the waveform and allows accurate analysis.
  • Gate Zoom

    The Gate area can be zoomed in to the whole display area, which gives greater detail of the waveform and allows accurate analysis.


Horizontal Linearity Error≤ 0.1%
Vertical Linearity Error≤ 3%
Surplus Sensitivity≥ 62dB
Dynamic Range≥ 40dB
Electronic Noise Level≤ 20%
Far-field Resolution≥ 30dB
Working ModeSingle-probe or Dual-probes
Transmit Pulse400 V negative spikes
Working Frequency Range0.5 MHz ~ 20 MHz
Detection Range0.5 mm ~ 999 mm (steel; longitudinal wave)
Adjustable continuously, switch-able steps
Pulse Repetition Frequency1000 / 250 / 40 Hz
Sample Rate400 MHz hardware real-time sampling
Velocity1000 m/s ~ 15000 m/s
Adjustable continuously, switch-able steps
Display Delay-10 mm ~ 1000 mm
Adjustable continuously, switch-able steps
Probe Delay0 μs ~ 199.9 μs
Damping50 / 100 / 200 / 500 Ω
Gain Adjustment0dB~110dB
Step by 0.0/0.1/0.5/1.0/2.0/6.0dB
Rectification ModesFull wave / Positive / Negative / RF
Display Screen5.7" high brightness TFT colour LCD screen
640×480 pixels
Measurement ModeFlank or Peak
Storage and DataloggingCommonly-used detection parameters
Test result data
AlarmHardware alarms with sound and light
alarm models including positive mode, negative mode and DAC mode
Communication InterfacesUSB, Ethernet
Operating Temperature-10 ~ +50 ℃
BatteryLithium battery (10.8V 5200mAh)
Run Time> 6 hours
Power SupplyAC: 100-240 V
DC: 15 V 4A
Weight≈ 1.4Kg w. battery
IP RatingIP54

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