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BondMaster® 600 Multimode Bond Tester from Olympus  
The BondMaster® 600 bond tester combines multiple mode bond testing software and highly advanced digital electronics, providing consistently crisp and high-quality signals. Inspectors can utilize a range of standard inspection methods, including pitch-catch RF, pitch-catch impulse, pitch-catch swept...

OmniScan® SX Ultrasonic Flaw Detector from Olympus IMS  
Olympus’ OmniScan SX flaw detector features a streamlined software interface displayed on an 8.4-in. (21.3 cm) touch screen. The OmniScan SX flaw detector comes in two models: the SX PA and SX UT. The SX PA is a 16:64PR phased array unit which, like the UT-only SX UT, is equipped with a conventional...

Pocket UT Mini Scanner from Mistras Group, Inc.  
The fully automated MINI Scanner is designed to inspect flat plate or pipe down to 3" in diameter. Featuring powerful magnetic wheels, the MINI Scanner is at home scanning vertically or even upside down! Inspection scanning speeds are as high as 6" per second, with an indexing/crawling speed o...

GE Phasor XS from GE Inspection Technologies  
The Phasor series ultrasonic flaw detectors comes available in four different models with upgraded features and benefits. Phasor CV is a code-compliant conventional ultrasonic flaw detector that can be UPGRADED to Phasor 16/16 Weld or to the 16/64 Phasor XS. Upgrading to phased array is a quic...

Mark 4 Tank Floor Scanner from MFE Enterprises  
The Mark IV takes the precision, reliability, and durability of its predecessors to another level with upgraded, user-friendly software and a lightweight build. Its slim design boasts an unprecedented weight of only 65 lb. The convenience of using the new Mark IV will be outweighed only by the ...

EPOCH 6LT from Olympus Scientific Solutions  
The EPOCH 6LT portable ultrasonic flaw detector is optimized for one-handed operation and delivers excellent performance in rope access and high-portability applications. Lightweight with an ergonomic design, the instrument fits securely in a user’s hand or can be strapped to their leg with the opti...

Polymer Dry Couplant Materials from Innovation Polymers  
Our focus is on highly effective sound transfer through the development of acoustic-capable polymers. These new polymers enable coupling of the ultrasonic sensor to the material under test and provides a layer to couple, seal or optimize energy transfer. Our mission is to develop and produce high...

DIO1000PA Phased Array Flaw Detector from Starmans Electronics Ltd.  
The new advanced DEFECTOBOOK® DIO 1000 PA digital ultrasonic flaw detector is now includes phased array imaging capabilities. It combines all features of conventional ultrasonic with power of phased array. Using the latest generation of electronic components and microprocessors we have brought to...

EPOCH® 650 Ultrasonic Flaw Detector from Olympus  
The EPOCH 650 ultrasonic flaw detector combines conventional flaw detection capabilities with the efficiency of a highly portable, intuitive instrument. The EPOCH 650 flaw detector’s easy-to navigate menus and direct access keys help make flaw detection fast and efficient. The large VGA scr...

Acoustocam from Imperium  
Today, Imperium is the sole provider of a hand-held ultrasound camera, the i600 Acoustocam™, which is a breakthrough in ultrasound imaging and provides higher resolution, easier interpretation, and a lower cost than conventional ultrasound technology. We have a full scale manufacturing operation to ...
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