CAMX 2019 exhibit preview: Ultran Group

Appears in Print as: 'Turnkey ultrasonic inspection system'

The Ultran Group to highlight its U710x turnkey non-contact ultrasonic inspection system at CAMX 2019.


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Source | The Ultran Group

The Ultran Group (State College, Pa., U.S.) will be highlighting its U710x turnkey non-contact (air-coupled) ultrasonic inspection system at CAMX 2019.

Designed for detecting and measuring voids, cracks, porosity, density and thickness without the need for immersion or a coupling agent, the U710x provides freedom from touch and contamination of porous materials. According to the Ultran Group, it can scan parts fast and with higher signal to noise ratio than other non-contact quality inspection systems in the industry.

The system’s lightweight design is versatile and portable, facilitating its use in a wide variety of applications.


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