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NDT.net Issue - 2019-02 - NEWS
2019-02 NDT.net Journal,

Lufthansa Technik on board with the Thickness Tool


TESTIA France29, Toulouse, France
 
NDT.net Journal
Issue: 2019-02
Last week our NDT expert Phil Edwards flew to Ireland to meet Lufthansa Technik's teams in Shannon. 11 people from various Lufthansa Technik facilities such as Budapest, Malta, Berlin or Puerto Rico attended this one-day training dedictaed to TESTIA's Thickness Tool which the company just purchased.

Phil was able to offer demos as well as tutorials to help the team familiarise themselves with the device.

TESTIA's ThicknessTool makes it easy to measure remaining thickness after blending corrosion and divides inspection time by 20! It won Air Convention Awards' Innovation & Technology: Breakthrough of the year 2018.

Don't hesitate to contact us to set up a tool training session at your facility!

TESTIA France

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