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3/11/2013 | 1 MINUTE READ

NDT Solutions, PRAGMA sign distribution pact

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The agreement gives NDT (New Richmond, Va.) sales/service rights to the complete line of Quebec, Canada-based PRAGMA’s nondestructive testing instruments, including the PRAGMALite instrument platform and PAUT 16/128 phased array cartridge, as well as the ORTHOMATIC 60 encoded scanner.

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NDT Solutions Inc. (NDTS, New Richmond, Va.) and PRAGMA (Quebec, Quebec, Canada) have reached a long-term distribution and marketing agreement. This deal gives NDTS the sales and service rights to the complete line of PRAGMA’s nondestructive testing instruments, including the PRAGMALite instrument platform and PAUT 16/128 phased array cartridge, as well as the ORTHOMATIC 60 encoded scanner.

NDTS already offers the complete line of tradmarked MAUS automated C-scan systems (developed by the Boeing Co., Chicago, Ill.), the revolutionary VACRS (VAcuum Couplant, delivery and Recovery System) and high-speed ultrasonic array inspection systems. NDTS sells the complete line of EC/NDT eddy current probes, IMTT remote field eddy current instruments, NDTS ultrasonic transducers as well as the entire line of SONOTECH ultrasonic couplants, Danatronics gauges, and Genesis robotic nondestructive inspection systems.

PRAGMA specializes in the design, manufacturing and sales of portable instruments and systems for non-destructive testing. PRAGMA’s products are meant for the NDT market in sectors such as aerospace, petrochemical, transports and heavy industries. Their goal is to provide the NDT market with portable instruments and systems that perform at a igh level, yet are simple to use and are application-driven.

For more information, contact NDTS's marketing manager Scott Hansen, Tel.: (715) 246-0433; E-mail: scott@ndts.com; Web site: www.NDTS.com.
 

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