|The Spanish company will show its first commercial system using phased array
technology for through-transmission ultrasonics inspection (PA TTU), that notably
reduces the scanning time of components.|
Tecnatom participates with its own booth (Hall 1, E322) at the Spanish Pavilion,
organized by the Spanish Association of Defense, Aeronautics, Security and Space
Technology Companies (TEDAE) in collaboration with the Spanish Institute for Foreign
Tecnatom is one of the most veteran Spanish companies in participating in Paris-Le
Bourget (8 editions), a worldwide aerospace event with over 100 years of history.
Madrid, June 11 2015.- Next June 15th starts the 51st edition of the International Paris Air
Show-Le Bourget, one of the aerospace events of reference within the sector, and this year
more than 2,200 exhibitors from 47 countries will be present.
Tecnatom participates in the 2015 Paris Air Show with its own stand (Hall 1, E322) at the
Spanish Pavilion, organized by the TEDAE partnership and in collaboration with the
ICEX. Among the activities organized by the Spanish Pavilion highlights the celebration, next
June 16, of the Spanish Aeronautics Day.
Tecnatom is one of the most veteran Spanish companies in terms of the number of editions in
which it has been present, and with this they are already eight editions. On this occasion,
Tecnatom presents its new technology that provides high productivity during the inspection
activities. For example, the first commercial system using phased array technology for
inspection by ultrasound transmission (PA TTU), which significantly reduces the time of
The event Paris Air Show represents a great opportunity to show the latest advances of
Tecnatom in aerospace, especially in the development and delivery of NDT systems:
inspection cells integrated in the manufacturing process to ensure quality and NDT equipment
development for manual or automated inspection in maintenance activities. Tecnatom also
provides technical support during lifecycle of components through technical consultancy,
specifications, development procedures and the realization of the own inspection of
components in its facilities or at customer sites.
Tecnatom also presents its new website specialized in products for non-destructive testing:
www.tecnatom-ndt.com, that shows products such as Eddy current and ultrasonic equipment,
electronics, probes, accessories sensors and software, with detailed information on all systems.
In words of Maria Teresa Aguado, Deputy Director of Technology and Product Development
in Tecnatom, "we are very proud of participating once more in the most important international
aerospace show, and this is the eighth edition we do. This event brings together not only
companies from the host country, with a significant weight in the European aviation industry,
but also many others international OEMs and Tier Ones. There is no doubt, this international
event Paris Air Show-Le Bourget is a must for Tecnatom, where we pretend to show our
capacities to be the best technological partner."
Tecnatom is one of the multinational companies specializing in engineering, present in 32
countries with over 50 years experience in NDT. The company develops its own state-of-theart
technology in ultrasonic inspection and for research and development activities in labs that
is permanently updated and improved through R&D. Tecnatom Group has established itself as
a leading company in supplying inspection tools, equipment, systems and services mainly
based on ultrasonics, Eddy current, thermography and other NDT techniques in nuclear and
aviation industry, among other markets.
Tecnatom Group has managed to position itself as a benchmark company in advanced
engineering services inspection, providing its technology to Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier and
Embraer, the big four western aerospace companies, in addition to the Russian United Aircraft
Corporation (UAC) and the Asian COMAC. In addition to these major manufacturers
Tecnatom systems are found in many others Tier 1 and Tier 2, on four continents.
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