The DMS Go is able to measure thickness reliably with its combination of intuitive user interface, data management and accurate measuring.
The DMS Go has the ability to measure corrosion through paint coatings thanks to the patented “TopCOAT” method where the coating and base can be measured and displayed at the same time. This device is also Auto-V supported, meaning there are no additional calibrations needed when measuring corrosion without a coating.
The DMS Go has a high upgradeability including the previously mentioned TopCOAT and Auto-V features as well as flow detector features, data recorder and software.
The high performance of this device is due to its ability to have multiple calibration models such as 2-point calibration, 1-point calibration with manual on-block zeroing, 1-point calibration with auto on-block zeroing and 1-point calibration with user zeroing.
The DMS Go also has multiple measurement modes including A-Scan, thickness, B-Scan, Min/Max and differential measuring.
The built in temperature compensation gives precise measurements up to 540 degrees Celsius or 1000 degrees Fahrenheit. It also can support almost any probe thanks to the custom probe setup feature.
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The DMS Go from GE's Inspection Technologies business is a high-end thickness gauge which combines an innovative, easy-to-use user interface, powerful data management and an ability to provide accurate, reliable and comprehensive thickness inspection data. It is ideally suited for a wide range of applications including measuring for corrosion in the oil and gas sector and in power generation.
The DMS Go uses the same operating platform as the USM Go portable flaw detector. By means of a simple software purchase your DMS Go can benefit from all the USM Go functionalities and perform advanced flaw detections
DMS Go Series/Upgradeability
The DMS Go can be upgraded to include numerous features/functions. Features/functions can also be added at a later time. See DMS Go Series chart below.
TOPCOAT Technology Supported
With the patented “TopCOAT“ method we have been able to optimize the corrosion measurement through paint coatings: this method makes it possible to measure materials showing heavy corrosion on backwall surfaces, and even the slightest pitting can be detected thanks to a high gain. The paint coating and base metal are measured in one measurement process, and displayed simultaneously.
If your components are uncoated, you have the Auto-V feature at your disposal. It is a clearly simplified version of the conventional thickness measurement and, as such, a unique method. Auto-V even allows you to measure the thickness of components with unknown material velocity. This enables you to measure different uncoated materials without any additional calibration – and without any calibration standards. It's not necessary to know the material velocity to be able to measure – this previous disadvantage no longer exists.
The DMS Go ultrasonic thickness gauge has been ergonomically designed to provide an instrument which is light, small and easy to use in the harshest inspection environments.
High Performance Thickness Measurement
High Capacity Data Recorder and Compatibility with Powerful Data Management Systems
The DMS Go offers powerful data recording and data management capability to meet the most demanding of thickness gauging and corrosion inspections. Important features include:
Intelligent Storing and Managing
The DMS 2's on-board Data Recorder makes all the options for up-to-date documentation and modern data management available to you:
A standard USB connection to allow data to be downloaded from the flaw detector for further analysis or storage. The instrument is standard delivered with a 2 GB SD memory card (can accommodate up to 16GB card size).
Reports are produced in jpeg or bmp format so there is no need for special reading software.
A simple on-board data logger to collect and save thickness measurements.