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NDT.net Issue - 2018-10 - NEWS

A comprehensive new Probe Recertification Service offered by NDT Systems Inc.

NDT Systems5, Huntington Beach, CA [USA]
NDT.net Journal
Issue: 2018-10
NDT Systems is pleased to announce a comprehensive new Aftercare and Recertification Service for all NDT Systems ultrasonic probes.

The Recertification Service is fully compliant with International ASTM E1065 Standard Guide for Evaluating Characteristics of Ultrasonic Search Units and other applicable standards and the service offers complete documentation, which is traceable to the ASTM E1065 Standard.

To ensure that an organization keeps its inspection processes running and optimized - it is advisable to test and recertify all probes regularly. This will ensure organizations remain fully compliant with internal requirements on an annual basis and avoid any disruptions to scheduled NDT inspections. For more details or to schedule Recertification Services contact ndtsales@ndtsystems.com

About NDT Systems Inc.
NDT Systems Inc., designs and manufactures non-destructive testing (NDT) instruments for Ultrasonic and Bond Testing applications; both manual and automated specialty scanners, and a wide variety of transducers to support the most demanding inspections. For more than 40 years, NDT Systems has been a market leader with its innovative range of products specifically designed for the NDT user.

To find out more about how our individual systems and complete packaged solutions can benefit your inspection needs visit www.ndtsystdems.com or contact us at ndtsales@ndtsystems.com
NDT Systems Inc., is a Nova Instruments company. For further information visit: www.novaic.com

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