Ultrasonic inspection system

GE Inspection Technologies' (Huerth, Germany) new LogiQ9i phased-array ultrasonic inspection system fully complies with GEAE (GE Transportation — Aircraft Engines) specifications for the inspection of aircraft engine forgings. Designed to cut inspection times by half, the system drives up to 1,024 element probes and

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GE Inspection Technologies' (Huerth, Germany) new LogiQ9i phased-array ultrasonic inspection system fully complies with GEAE (GE Transportation — Aircraft Engines) specifications for the inspection of aircraft engine forgings. Designed to cut inspection times by half, the system drives up to 1,024 element probes and accommodates four phased-array probes (only one is active at any time). Data is displayed in easy-to-interpret B-scan format and is saved in DICONDE format. Data is stored on the imaging package computer hard drive in files as large as 100 MB, either for onsite analysis or for transfer over existing networks for remote analysis.