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NDT.net Issue - 2008-04 - NEWS
NDT.net Issue: 2008-04
Publication: e-Journal of Nondestructive Testing (NDT) ISSN 1435-4934 (NDT.net Journal)

VideoProbe Website Allows Customers to Build a Virtual System

Waygate Technologies (former GE Inspection Technologies)313, Hürth, Germany

Billerica, Mass. – March 12 2008. — GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies announces a new, customized microsite for its Everest XLG3 VideoProbe, providing exclusive information and tools for GE’s XLG3 system. The site can be accessed at www.xlg3.com.

Especially notable is the “Build Your Own XLG3” and “Virtual Demo” feature, which provides customers with an interface to configure a custom system. All XLG3 parts, features and software are available to add to the package, providing a complete virtual, 360-degree demonstration.

“The XLG3 microsite is a great way for customers to get a feel for the system and its different features before seeing a live demonstration,” said Ed Hubben, Global Product Manager for GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies’ Everest XLG3. “Everything a customer needs to know about the XLG3 resides on this site.”

GE’s Everest XLG3 system is a video borescope that offers a new way of enhancing inspection productivity. Advanced features include improved image quality, QuickChange™ probes that quickly reconfigure probe diameter and length, real-time data management and network connectivity for collaboration during live inspections. The XLG3 offers a full range of probes in four diameters: 3.9mm, 5.0mm, 6.1mm and 8.4mm. The interchangeable probes offer a flexible inspection solution and fast changes during inspection. Key applications for the XLG3 include aviation and power turbine inspections, large tank and vessel inspections, airframe inspections and large pipe and header inspections.

About GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies
GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies is part of GE Enterprise Solutions, a $5 billion business helping customers compete and win in a changing global environment by combining the power of GE’s unique expertise and intelligent technology to drive customers’ productivity and profitability. GE Sensing & Inspection Technologies is a leading innovator in advanced measurement, sensor-based and inspection solutions that deliver accuracy, productivity and safety to its customers. The company designs and manufactures sensing instruments that measure temperature, pressure, moisture, gas and flow rate for demanding customer applications. It also designs, manufactures and services inspection equipment, including radiographic, ultrasonic, remote visual and eddy current, that monitors and tests materials without disassembly, deforming or damaging them. GE Sensing & Inspection’s products are used in a wide range of industries, including oil & gas, power generation, aerospace, transportation and healthcare. The company has 4,700 employees at more than 40 facilities in 25 countries worldwide.

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