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Sonatest’s Prisma PA model provides the user with an ultrasonic Phased Array flaw detector. The tool contains PA capability from 16:16 manual to 16:64, with 2D encoding. It features an updated imaging system that allows the A scan, B scans and C scans to be used. The 3D ScanPlan includes the part, weld, wedge, probe and scan coverage. Prisma can be used in different areas of applications, such as aerospace, marine, composite and corrosion applications. In addition, the Prisma Phased Array equipment comes with numerous palettes for all scans. Prisma gives you the opportunity of using conventional UT and TOFD when required. The Phased Array equipment is also capable of complete data recording, including screen shots.


  • Weld Inspection
  • Fast Composite Inspection
  • Corrosion Mapping
  • Composite Mapping
  • Complex Geometry Parts
  • Attenuative Special Alloys
  • Multi-Scan Apps.


  • 30 second configuration
  • No Delay - UT to PA - one button away
  • Configuration and Calibration Wizards
  • “Parameter Genius” giving you step by step assurance
  • Minimise training due to the common user interface
  • UT Studio provides fast & dynamic reporting
  • UT, TOFD & PA Inspection Modes
  • Multi-mode validation of inspection
  • Upgradeable anytime, anywhere!
  • Unique cursors for precision measurement
  • Recordability: screen shots, full data recording, fully traceable
  • Customisable imaging layout - 29 to choose from


  • Lithium Battery VEO / Prisma
  • VEO/Prisma Power Supply (LEMO)
  • 1 Bay Battery Charger
  • 2 Bay Battery Charger
  • VEO/Prisma Ominscan Adaptor
  • GE to I-PEX Adaptor
  • Waterproof Mouse
  • Waterproof Keyboard
  • Carry Strap VEO/Prisma
  • Prisma Storm Case with Insert
  • Prisma Window Protector
  • I-PEX Y-Splitter 64:64
  • I-PEX I-PEX Y-splitter 32:32
  • Prisma Encoder Y-Splitter

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