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Pavel Lozovyy
Pavel Lozovyy
00:25 Jun-10-2004
ultrasonic testing equipment needed

I'm posting this for my coworker:

Hello,

We are interested in (ultrasonic?) testing equipment capable of crack detection in the field. This attachment provides photos of a pump cover crack.

(See attached file: Pump Cover Crack.doc)

Please contact me if you can help.

Regards,

Joe Radisek
Tech. Rep.
ATC Labs/Argo-Tech Corp.
23555 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, OH
44117

216-692-5456 phone
216-272-0148 cell phone
216-692-5816 fax
http://www.atclabs.com



    
 
 

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