Sensor Networks, Inc. Invests in Expanded Capacity to Produce UT Wedges
STATE COLLEGE, PA - Sensor Networks, Inc. (SNI) expanded its capacity to deliver high-precision, standard and custom Ultrasonic Transducer wedges for its NDT customers. "SNI has invested over $300,000 in improved wedge signal-to-noise acoustic performance and additional CNC machines in order to meet new demand caused by supply-chain disruptions in the market. We also increased our engineering and production staff in order to keep up with the expanded workload." said Jeff Anderson, President & GM of SNI.
Furthermore, recent changes to Section V of the ASME BPV Code mandates radiusing any wedge used on test surfaces <14" (350 mm) diameter - a service SNI is well equipped to do.
Precision-engineered & fabricated wedges are essential to many UT exams. "SNI’s SensorScan® Wedges are used heavily in the power generation, aerospace and oil & gas industries – all safety-critical and essential services to global infrastructure" noted Anderson.
SNI manufacturers both conventional and phased-array wedges in a wide variety of configurations. Enhanced machine capabilities and a streamlined production process provide our customers top-level products with fast turn-around times.
For a limited time, SNI is offering a complimentary 24" x 36" wall poster showing the wide range of customization options for pipe and vessel weld inspection. To request your poster, visit our website at https:// sensornetworkscorp.com/wedge-poster/
For additional information on Sensor Networks, Inc., visit the company’s website at www.sensornetworksinc.com or find us on LinkedIn.
Sensor Networks Inc. brings together the very best minds and industry experts in the business to deliver smarter solutions for the world’s critical asset management applications. We address unique industrial challenges including: remote non-intrusive corrosion monitoring of plant piping, vessels and other components in refineries as well as experience-based UT applications engineering, standard and customized transducers and remote visual tooling for demanding in-situ test and inspection applications in aerospace and power generation.