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Pre-formed 6112M Teletector sleeving?
« on: Jan 24, 2013, 02:23 »
Trying to find this stuff, figured I'd throw this out in the forums to see if someone can help. I have used pre-formed sleeving for teletectors before, it was manufactured to the correct length and diameter and was a pink type of plastic. I am trying to locate a vendor that can supply such material. Last place I saw this stuff was before I left Palo Verde in 2008. Much easier to use than measuring out 3" sleeving. Thanks for any info...

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Re: Pre-formed 6112M Teletector sleeving?
« Reply #1 on: Jan 24, 2013, 09:42 »
Trying to find this stuff, figured I'd throw this out in the forums to see if someone can help. I have used pre-formed sleeving for teletectors before, it was manufactured to the correct length and diameter and was a pink type of plastic. I am trying to locate a vendor that can supply such material. Last place I saw this stuff was before I left Palo Verde in 2008. Much easier to use than measuring out 3" sleeving. Thanks for any info...

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Re: Pre-formed 6112M Teletector sleeving?
« Reply #2 on: Jan 26, 2013, 09:40 »
I was at work and was asked to find this info out, didn't have my old PV contact emails readily available, and this website was easy to get to and is seen by many people who may have a helpful answer...

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Re: Pre-formed 6112M Teletector sleeving?
« Reply #3 on: Jan 27, 2013, 02:47 »
I was at work and was asked to find this info out, didn't have my old PV contact emails readily available, and this website was easy to get to and is seen by many people who may have a helpful answer...

2nd try, google search:

http://www.ziegler.de/index.php?id=55&pgid=160710&source=productlist&pid=1935876&L=1

Personally, i found then to be a pain in the a$$, and preferred to stick a surgeons glove over the probe, and pay attention to contamination control. The meter is fairly easy to decon, and it's not gonna get free released anyway.

A teletector is able to get 1 (and only  1) underwater reading with a glove over the probe...  ;)
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Re: Pre-formed 6112M Teletector sleeving?
« Reply #4 on: Jan 27, 2013, 08:29 »
Thanks for the link.  :)

I completely agree with your suggestions, however, in an ever increasing pursuit of contamination control practices and industry scruitiny my superiors tend to not share the same sentiments   :P

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Re: Pre-formed 6112M Teletector sleeving?
« Reply #5 on: Jan 28, 2013, 10:50 »

A teletector is able to get 1 (and only  1) underwater reading with a glove over the probe...  ;)
using glove over probe and 3" sleeving up the telescopic housing will give you moor than won reading per meter.  unfortunately, technician is usually limited to only one survey of this type.   ;)
« Last Edit: Jan 28, 2013, 10:50 by SloGlo »
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