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rajesh trivedi
rajesh trivedi
07:57 Feb-01-1999
websites and information on aircraft eddy current

DEAR SIR,
CAN ANYONE SEND ME THE INFORMATION ON AIRCRAFT
EDDY CURRENT TECHNICS AND THE WEBSITES FOR THE SAME.



 
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William Pember
William Pember
02:57 Mar-23-1999
Re: websites and information on aircraft eddy current
: DEAR SIR,
: CAN ANYONE SEND ME THE INFORMATION ON AIRCRAFT
: EDDY CURRENT TECHNICS AND THE WEBSITES FOR THE SAME.
:


 
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John Hansen
John Hansen
00:38 Mar-24-1999
Re: websites and information on aircraft eddy current
: : DEAR SIR,
: : CAN ANYONE SEND ME THE INFORMATION ON AIRCRAFT
: : EDDY CURRENT TECHNICS AND THE WEBSITES FOR THE SAME.
: :

John Hansen of Hocking NDT Ltd replied

Our company specialise in Eddy Current Instruments and probes. Our new Web Site has details of the EC technique, a PDF copy of our probe catalogue (1400 probes!!!).

Plese visit it at www.hocking.com

Best Regards

John Hansen
Industrial Product Manager
jhansen@hocking.com





 
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GEORGE V CROWE
GEORGE V CROWE
00:54 Mar-12-2000
Re: websites and information on aircraft eddy current
: DEAR SIR,
: CAN ANYONE SEND ME THE INFORMATION ON AIRCRAFT
: EDDY CURRENT TECHNICS AND THE WEBSITES FOR THE SAME.
:
LOTS OF INFO FROM TRAINING SCHOOLS FOR NDT. TRY "HELLIER NDT"




 
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Richard Moors
Richard Moors
03:54 Apr-05-2000
Re: websites and information on aircraft eddy current
: DEAR SIR,
: CAN ANYONE SEND ME THE INFORMATION ON AIRCRAFT
: EDDY CURRENT TECHNICS AND THE WEBSITES FOR THE SAME.
:




 
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Mangesh Thapa
Mangesh Thapa
01:23 Oct-04-2000
Re: websites and information on aircraft eddy current
: : DEAR SIR,
: : CAN ANYONE SEND ME THE INFORMATION ON AIRCRAFT
: : EDDY CURRENT TECHNICS AND THE WEBSITES FOR THE SAME.
: :




 
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