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From Strength To Strength [Infographics]

The Story of Probelogic’s Success  It’s incredible to think that 14 years ago, which has gone by in the blink of an eye, Probelogic was created. It was created out of a need to give people an affordable alternative for when their Ultrasound transducer failed. On that time the only option was to purchase a… From Strength To Strength [Infographics]

Testing probes for their plane trip back to site

Once repaired, ultrasound probes typically are sent via plane back to the customer. At times there has been concerns that this plane trip can cause issues with oil filled cavity probes such as TEE or some 3D/4D probes. ProbeLogic now have a vacuum chamber suitable to simulate the pressures on board the plane. All probes… Testing probes for their plane trip back to site

How does it look like when an articulation wire breaks in a TOE/TEE probe?

This is a GE 6Tc probe that we had in for repair. The articulation wire had broken resulting in no movement in one direction when the articulation wire was moved. When the bending rubber was removed you can see the wire has snapped and frayed. The concern with this type of damage is if a… How does it look like when an articulation wire breaks in a TOE/TEE probe?

Just a tiny hole in a TEE /TOE probe bending rubber – Such a mess inside

This is a tiny little hole in the bending rubber section of a TOE/TEE probe. Even under a microscope it is still such a tiny hole, However this tiny hole allows fluid into the probe and this is the results in a stunningly short period of time:     What a mess. Do you electrical… Just a tiny hole in a TEE /TOE probe bending rubber – Such a mess inside

What happens when water gets in the TIP of a TEE/TOE probe?

When water enters the tip of a TOE/TEE probe, usually through a hole in the bending rubber it causes short circuits between elements. This causes several strange artifacts and image degradation. It can clearly be seen as an increase in capacitance on the electro-acoustic test. ProbeLogic can restore a probe suffering from these faults to… What happens when water gets in the TIP of a TEE/TOE probe?