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Medical Devices

A-scan probes are one of the most fundamental ultrasonic modalities and the starting point for more complex methods of ultrasonic imaging and examination. Blatek provides premium quality A-scan transducers in a frequency range of 10MHz to 20Mhz made with finely tuned piezo-composite material and a maximized optimization second to none. We manufacture A-scan probes that have a fixation light in the center of the transducer face for alignment with the visual axis. Every transducer we manufacture is built with documented bills of materials, procedures, and testing that is under ECN control.

Our B-scan transducers are built to create two-dimensional, cross section views. B-scan probes are constructed with the same high grade bio-compatible materials and follow the rules of regimented processes, procedures, and testing. Customers can choose their frequency and ergonomics with Blatek providing the optimum matched piezocomposite stack.

The Doppler Effect is this: if the sound source is moving toward the listening device, the wavelength is compressed and the pitch increased. The opposite is true when that sound source moves away from the listening device. This scenario is used in ultrasonic systems for visualization and measurement of blood flow. Blatek can tackle your CW Doppler needs in your configuration and requirements. Currently, all Doppler transducers at Blatek are constructed using our proprietary piezo-composite for the best sensitivity possible.

Pachymetry is derived from the Greek pachy meaning “thick” and metron indicating “measure”. This one dimensional form of A-scan probe is used to accurately measure thickness of and within the eye. Blatek continues to be a world wide leader in Pachymetry probes. With bio-compatible materials and state-of-the-art ceramics, these time tested designs continue to feed and impress the pachymetry market. Frequencies starting at 10MHz and 50MHz provide the necessary resolution needed for precise and accurate measurement. Apertures less than 2mm are typical with potted cables and connectors of the customers’ choice.

Industrial Devices

Blatek provides custom-designed acoustic stacks to place in your own housings. Whether it be a single, dual, or multi-element array, our engineers provide an acoustic “sandwich” comprised of piezocomposite and backing with face layers that match your requirements. Multi-element assemblies can include flex circuitry terminated to a connector of your choice.

These rugged stainless steel cased longitudinal wave transducers range in standard size from .250” up to 1.00” active element diameter. All sizes incorporate an optimized piezo-composite that provides maximum sensitivity and exceptional bandwidth through an alumina oxide wearplate. This highly engineered composite element also provides the best signal-to-noise ratio in the business. Our standard frequency ranges are 1.00MHz, 2.25MHz, 3.50MHz, 5.00MHz, and 10.0MHz, available with right angle BNC or right angle UHF standard connectors. Other connectors are available and top mount connections are possible.

Blatek produces integral angle beam transducers that have shown superior performance in the industrial market. Our “barrel style” shearwave, a stainless steel can with a top mount connector, has greater sensitivity and a high signal-to-noise ratio that betters the competition by as much as 10dB. This superior optimization is accomplished by using our proprietary single or double matching layer-to-wedge combination. The standard frequency range of our fixed angle transducers is 2.25MHz to 10.0MHz. The angles, which can be shear or longitudinal, can be engineered for a precise BIP-to-nose length to meet your inspection criteria. BNC, UHF, or LEMO style connectors are available and come in a top mount location or right angle position.

The heartbeat of any transducer comes from the piezo-electric crystal, which is engineered, developed, and manufactured in our facility under the guidance of our President and Chief Scientist, Dr. Xuecang Geng. The 1-3 piezo-composite that we develop and use in our products is also available for customers to purchase and place in their own transducer case or fixture. Frequencies that we currently work with start at a low of 125KHz and climb to a high of 20MHz.

“Superior reliability, maximum durability.”