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Publication: e-Journal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) ISSN 1435-4934 (NDT.net Journal)
JIREH Develops Weld Tracking Capabilities for the NAVICJireh Industries14, Ardrossan, Alberta, Canada
EDMONTON, AB, CANADA: JIREH is pleased to announce a tracking system that allows the NAVIC crawler to automatically follow welds during UT inspection.
Capable of circumferential and long seam scanning with up to six probes. The robust NAVIC system is a proven solution for weld inspection. Now, we offer the ability to combine all the great features of the NAVIC with the ability to automatically track welds, even when the crawler is out of sight. The TRACKER is quickly configured using the remote handheld controller and mounts to any probe holder frame. The tracker’s laser guidance navigates the NAVIC along any protrusion (i.e. weld) with incredible accuracy.
JIREH Industries specializes in the design and manufacture of scanning technology for non-destructive testing. With more than 35 years in the precision machining and production industry, JIREH has developed a comprehensive product line featuring scanners used for the inspection of pipes, vessels, boiler tubes, tanks, and more. Combined with a commitment to quality and performance, JIREH backs all its products with a three-year warranty.
Products may be viewed at jireh.com or JIREH offices: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada - Houston, Texas, USA - Rotterdam, Netherlands.
Visit: Jireh Industries